October 4th Seminar: Pathways to Recovery from Workplace Injuries

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Looking for new solutions in the prevention of workplace injuries? Inventive ways to support your return-to-work program success? Or simply struggling to keep up with the endless glut of workcomp case law updates? We’ve got you covered!

Stop Feeling the Pain of Workplace Injuries
Come join us Wednesday, October 4th for our FREE SEMINAR to learn more about ways your organization can improve workman’s comp patient outcomes and better control costs. This seminar will be held at the Great Hall of Carleton College, One North College Street, in Northfield. Registration will begin at 10:30 am in Severance Hall, overlooking the scenic Cannon River and Highway 19. The presentation will run from 11 am until 2:30 pm, and a complimentary lunch is included.

Forge a Better Path to Recovery with Keen Insight from Presenters:

Mary Wells
Director of Risk Management, Minnesota Comp Advisor

A multi-talented authority on the complex subject of risk management, with a proven track record in implementing successful risk management solutions.

Michael T. Courtney
Work Comp Attorney, Heacox, Hartman, Koshmrl, Cosgriff, Johnson, Lane & Feenstra P.A.

A specialist in workcomp employer defense.

Samuel Erickson
ATC, CSCS, Workplace Health Coordinator, Northfield Hospital & Clinics

Whose expertise in helping employers and employees get the most out of their working environments supports a higher quality of life at work and at home.

Charlie Feenstra
Work Comp Attorney & Partner, Heacox, Hartman, Koshmrl, Cosgriff, Johnson, Lane & Feenstra P.A.

Offering insight from her perspective as a defense attorney from the employer, insurer, and third party administrator arenas.

To reserve your spot for this FREE SEMINAR on workplace injuries presented by Minnesota Comp Advisor, call 612-236-1771 or email mwells@minnesotacompadvisor.com today.

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