28th Annual Workers’ Comp Roundtable
Please join the NCAJ workers’ compensation section for the annual Round Table CLE event. This event is for section members only which not only allows us to learn about cutting edge issues but also discuss our case loads in a secure environment. There will be extended sessions to allow the open discussion of any/all ideas/questions that you have.
There will be an overview of the present state of the NCGS 97-29(c) extended benefits cases. We will also delve into the different type of subrogation liens and which ones to pay attention to. Further, we’ll have a session that fulfills your mental health requirement as well as another session that includes a technology component and will teach us how to calculate a client’s SSDi offset. That last part will help you determine whether an attorney fee can be gained and that fee’s effect on your client’s overall benefits package.
**Registrations Open to Workers Comp Section Members Only**
Speakers & Topics
Welcoming Remarks by Program Chairs
Extended Benefits Overview
Technology Solutions to Improve Your Practice
Promoting Attorney Wellness: The Neuroscience of Wellbeing and Self-Care
Using Adobe to Prep Evidence-- Calculating the SSDi Offset for Your Client.
|Round Table Break Out Sessions
|Round Table Break Out Sessions
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Cattie & Gonzalez
Cattie & Gonzalez is the nation’s preeminent law firm providing clients legal advice about resolving liens and protecting future healthcare benefits like Medicare and Medicaid.
Our team of experienced attorneys, paralegals, nurses and analysts knows how to get great reductions for Medicare conditional payments, Medicaid liens, and other liens.
We also provide clients with services such as future medical cost projections, Medicare Set-aside (MSA) Allocations, and the ability to submit MSAs to Medicare for review and approval. Perhaps our most innovative service though is our MSA Legal Opinion, which is used by thousands of clients nationwide to protect a client’s future Medicare benefits and protect the client and firm from Medicare’s potential overreach for MSA proceeds.
We call it the Cattie Promise, and we stand behind the legal conclusions of our MSA Legal Opinions 100%. Cattie & Gonzalez is based in Charlotte, and we look forward to resolving liens and preservation future government benefits on behalf of the victims of Camp Lejeune and its contaminated water.
Bryan Milner is a Senior Structured Settlement Consultant with Milner Settlements through Sage Settlement Consulting. He has been working with attorneys and their clients in North Carolina for over 19 years, and continues to be a strong supporter of NCAJ. Bryan takes on a compassionate, comprehensive approach. He understands the important and complex financial decisions that face individuals and families who are receiving settlements. He provides creative structured settlement options and helps the attorney navigate the complexities of settlement-related issues such as Medicare Set-Asides, Trusts, Lien Resolution, etc. He also assists attorneys with designing fee structures for their contingency fees. Bryan is a committee member of the newly formed American Association of Settlement Consultants (AASC).
Ametros is changing the way individuals navigate healthcare by providing them with post–settlement medical management tools for their settlement funds. Ametros helps drive more settlements and save money by working closely with injured workers, insurers, employers, attorneys, and Medicare to create a seamless experience.
Injured Workers Pharmacy
Injured Workers Pharmacy (IWP) is a specialized workers’ compensation home delivery pharmacy that helps injured workers access their prescription medications without delays, denials, or out-of-pocket costs. As your workers’ compensation partner, you can expect your clients will receive their prescription medications when and where they need them, while we alleviate some of the administrative hassles for you and your office along the way.