Workers’ Compensation 2022: Quirky Issues in Workers’ Comp
Register today for one of our premier workers’ compensation programs of the year. With a broad scope of topics, this year’s Quirky Issues speaker lineup is one you will not want to miss. You’ll gain valuable insights into unusual topics and get up-to-date on REDA and wage/hour claims, guardianships in workers’ comp, tips on non-insured workers’ comp cases and much more!
Qualifies for NC State Bar Workers’ Comp Specialization Credit
Speakers and Topics
Welcoming Remarks by Program Chair
REDA and Wage/Hour Claims—What Workers’ Comp Lawyers Need to Know
When the Plaintiff Passes Away
Guardians ad Litem and Other Types of Guardianships in Workers’ Compensation Cases
Adobe PDF for the Practicing Attorney
Practitioner Tips for Non-insured Workers’ Compensation Cases
Ethical Issues in Mediations During the Spanish Inquisition: Should the Mediator Provide a Comfy Chair?
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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 19years, 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).