Les Robinson is a Key Note Speaker on Workers’ Compensation Update in New York
October 10, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsLes Robinson is a Key Note Speaker on Workers’ Compensation Update in New York
Concerned about how workers' compensation law is changing - and how your practices may be impacted?
Les Robinson is part of a one-day seminar that is designed for continuing education for insurance agents. He will talk about “How to Reduce the Next Upcoming Area of Claims in Workers’ Compensation” and the high price impact this will have on New York State Business. Les Robinson will explain how to reduce this claim exposure on worker compensation. Learning how to reduce these claims will be a benefit to all residents of New York State. The seminar will be offered on December 11, 2007, and the location will be Buffalo Conference Center, Six Fountain Plaza.
From interpreting the new reform bill to winning a contested case hearing, failing to stay on top of current issues related to workers' compensation law is risky. This seminar will provide a solid understanding of the underlying principles of the workers' compensation laws while delving into more advanced and technical areas of the law, such as understanding permanent and total disability, investigating a claim and defending against unwarranted claims. Walk away with the skills and techniques to guard against workers' compensation related costs and risks, including lost productivity, determination of wages, medical costs, fraudulent claims and administrative costs. Build skills and learn techniques you can use immediately in the complex world of workers' compensation law.
In One Day, You'll Learn To:
· Evaluate an injured workers' disability without hesitation
· Get a handle on return-to-work procedures and issues
· Reduce workers' compensation costs - what you can do
· Stay current on Section 29 lien issues
· Understand the intricacies of representing injured workers
· The attendee will be able to explain how to reduce the next upcoming area of claims in workers' compensation.
· The attendee will be able to discuss the interplay of New York workers' compensation with the ADA and FMLA.
· The attendee will be able to review pending legislation.
To sign for the seminar call 1-866-352-9539, seminar ID 373224 or website