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Workers’ Compensation Crossover Cases

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Date Published

February 26, 2019


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Webinar, Workers' Compensation


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Workers’ Compensation Crossover cases are a part of daily life for most Plaintiff's lawyers. However, many of the issues are unfamiliar to most and can be complex. There seems to be a common misconception that if someone is injured on the job, their exclusive remedy is to go through the Workers' Compensation system. There are many ways to salvage a civil case from the Exclusive Remedy Rule. Our speakers will tackle (1) How to identify Exclusive Remedy issues from the onset of a case; (2) The importance of working with a specialized WC attorney and subrogation; (3) How to deal with WC issues before and during a civil trial; (4) Disability/Employment; (5) Credit Rights and Future Liens.

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Chris Aumais

Christopher T. Aumais specializes in the areas of product liability, toxic torts, premises liability, breach of contract,... Read More

Keith More

Bentley & MoreIn 2016 & 2017, Keith has been asked by several different organizations to speak throughout the State... Read More

Tina Odjaghian

Odjaghian Law GroupMs. Odjaghian specializes in workers’ compensation with an emphasis on brain injury litigation. Ms.... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Workers’ Compensation Crossover Cases - Video
Workers’ Compensation Crossover Cases - Paper
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