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Did you know that, on average, more than 5,000 worker’s compensation claims a year were litigated in Wisconsin from 2007 to 2013? That means opportunities abound for worker’s comp practitioners.
If you’re new to worker’s comp practice or want to stay up-to-date on the latest tools and techniques, plan to attend Build Your Practice: An Introduction to Worker’s Compensation.
This seminar begins by explaining the nuts and bolts of worker’s comp, including:
- Conditions of liability
- Types of compensation
- Medical evidence gathering and presentation
Then, put it all together with an overview of the litigation process, covering:
- Preparing for the hearing
- Hearing procedures
Learn from an Administrative Law Judge
See a typical worker’s comp case from every angle. Experienced practitioners and a seasoned Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) help you understand the perspectives of the applicant, respondent, and judge during every step of litigation.
Whether you’re starting a new worker’s comp practice or looking to improve an existing one, find useful resources and strategies at Intro to Worker’s Compensation. Order today!