Workers’ Compensation 2021: Quirky Issues in Workers’ Comp
This program will be held virtually.
We call this annual seminar “Quirky Issues” because we try to cover unusual issues that a practitioner is likely to encounter, but which are not adequately covered in other CLE programs throughout the year. Join us on this journey into some high-level nuances of the Workers’ Compensation practice!
Registration includes seminar materials in electronic format and 6.0 CLE hours (including 2.0 ethics). Please note that 2.0 CME hours are approved.
Topics & Speakers
Welcoming Remarks by Program Chair
The Wilkes Fix: Accepting That Nothing Is Accepted and Acceptance Means Nothing So Warm Beer Is Better Than An Accepted Claim
When Death Claims Don’t Die
Dealing With the Veteran’s Administration in Workers’ Compensation Claims
Workers’ Compensation During a Divorce
Whaddaya Mean My Checks Stop After 500 Weeks? - Panel Discussion
What Could Possibly Go Wrong? An Adventure in Mediation Ethics
|$250.00||NCAJ Attorney Member (2-5 years licensure)|
|$185.00||NCAJ Public Service Member|
|$140.00||NCAJ Legal Assistant Member|
|$99.00||NCAJ New Admittee Member|
|$185.00||NCAJ Retired Member|
|FREE||CLE Season Ticket Holder|
|FREE||*Judicial Law Clerk|
|$25.00||Law School Student (Must be NCAJ member)|
Thanks to Our Sponsors
Injured Workers’ Pharmacy
Milner Settlements | 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).