This section aims to organize the members of the CBA who are workers’ compensation practitioners and to educate all members of the Bar from all sides at all levels of expertise as to workers’ compensation law. Furthermore, the section attempts to provide services to organizations other than the CBA when those organizations are involved in the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation system. The Section works with all levels of government in an effort to improve the system. The Executive Committee will take positions on pending legislation where appropriate. It will work through Committees on various issues that arise in the practice such as amicus briefs, creating new and exciting continuing legal education and producing our publication Compensation Quarterly. The Committee works with the Commission giving feedback on issues affecting day-to-day practice of the parties that appear before the Commission as they arise. The Section consists of members who represent injured workers, employers and insurers as well as the State of Connecticut and the Second Injury Fund.
Join the State of CT Workers’ Compensation Commission as it celebrates its 100th anniversary with a special symposium, “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.” Thursday, Oct 3, 2013, The Crowne Plaza, Cromwell. A full-day event followed by a reception. All proceeds to benefit the Disabled Workers’ Scholarship Program. Registration information coming soon.
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Workers' Compensation - Compensation Quarterly
CQ is a quarterly publication that is provided to Section Members free of charge.