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2019 MAJ Convention Workers' Compensation Track: Commissioners' Update Panel

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Date Published

April 26, 2019


Maryland Association for Justice


Workers' Compensation


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A panel of experts provide all you need to know about occupational disease cases. This two-part panel discussion will address the nitty gritty of these cases, using carpal tunnel syndrome as an example.

How to Try an Occupational Disease Case: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Learn to fine tune your next occupational disease case. Drs. Franchetti and Dunn will provide in-depth medical opinion and discussion on presenting a carpal tunnel case. Commissioner Metz will give his perspective from the bench.

Appealing a Workers’ Compensation Case
For the second part of this panel, Commissioner Forrester, plaintiff attorney James MacAlister, and defense attorney Robert Erlandson provide their unique perspectives on the appeal process. Learn how to preserve the record for appeal and other need-to-know details when appealing worker’s compensation cases.

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Dayna L. Kipnis

Kahn, Smith & Collins, P.A.

Jonathan Dunn, MD

Multi-Specialty HealthCare

Robert C. Erlandson

Erlandson, Vernon & Daney, LLC

James R. Forrester

Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission

Dr. Michael A. Franchetti

Premier Orthopedics, PA

James K. MacAlister

Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, PA,

Howard L. Metz

Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Workers' Compensation Handouts
Workers' Compensation Track: Commissioners' Update Panel
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This program has not been submitted for credit in any jurisdiction. Registrants will receive a Certificate of Attendance/Completion that may or may not meet credit requirements in various jurisdictions.

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