June 14, 2017 Seminar: Critical Case Law Updates and the Impact on Your Workers Compensation

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Constantly changing, workers compensation case law updates continue to challenge the nature of claims management. A constant wrench in the works for workers’ comp programs, when there’s no clear resolution in sight despite judgments, appeals cases, and even Supreme Court decisions. How can you effectively navigate the murky waters of claims management?

If the Courts Can’t Decide What’s Covered, How Can You?
Join Minnesota Comp Advisor for a complimentary lunch and seminar to discuss some of today’s most confounding case conundrums, Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at the Minneapolis United Labor Center, 312 Central Avenue Southeast, Suite 316, from 12 pm to 1 pm, with registration beginning at 11:30 am. The entire event is FREE, including complimentary parking across the street at the Saint Anthony Falls Ramp, 212 2nd Avenue Southeast.

Featured Guest Speakers:

Jennifer Fitzgerald, Workers’ Comp Attorney & Shareholder
Cousineau, Waldhauser & Kieselback, PA
This rising legal star brings professional experience in both plaintiff and defense matters, providing a uniquely balanced perspective to case defense, courtesy of her mixed case background. Her practice is dedicated to defending employers and insurers in work comp issues, as well as providing expert depositions, hearings, appellate work, and briefs for the Workers’ Comp Court of Appeals and the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Elizabeth Cox, Associate Workers’ Comp Attorney
Cousineau, Waldhauser & Kieselback, PA
Elizabeth specializes in the workers’ comp claims defense, including settlements with intervenors, witness depositions and hearings, as well as motion practice.

Grab a bite while taking a bite out of a few of your workers compensation headaches. Hurry – space is limited! Register by calling 612-236-1771 or emailing Mary at mwells@minnesotacompadvisor.com today.

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