Friday, November 22, 2019
9:00am to 5:00pm
MCLE Conference Center
10 Winter Place
In the past 20 years I have appeared before the Department of Industrial Accidents more then 1000 times. I have litigated cases through hearing (trial) up to and including the Massachusetts Appeal's Court with a reported decision - Baker's Case, 773 NE2d. 466, 55 Mass.App Ct. 628 (8/20/02).
It is my belief that by concentrating my practice before the Department of Industrial Accidents as a lawyer and advocate I add value to your defense by keeping up to date on the changing nature of the practice, case law and the procedural rules.
As part of my legal services, I offer my clients in-house training and educational materials. Some of my written materials are designed for entry level understanding and others are for advanced claim handlers and employers.
I can provide training in a one-on -one setting, small groups or lecture style. Past trainings have included standard form completion and filing to preserve defenses, maximizing recovery in 3rd party cases post Curry, mock conference re-enactment and the Top 10 Mistakes Made by Adjusters and Simple Solutions. I can provide telephonic training or on-site if appropriate. SEE BUTTON BELOW
I am committed to the improvement of the level of practice and advocacy before the bar. I routinely serve on the MCLE Planning Committee and participate as a presenter or moderator including our annual November Seminar in Boston. I am currently an ABA, WCB and MBA - MBA Workers' Compensation Section; current member of the Lump Sum subcommittee, former member of the Opioid Committee, Judicial Survey Committee, Regulation Committee and other ad hoc committees.
I appear frequently in seminars for the Mass Bar Association, MCLE and private insurance groups.