Workers' Compensation Executive Committee Meeting (SWC190925)
Workers' Compensation Executive Committee Meeting (SWC191120)
Workers' Compensation Executive Committee Meeting (SWC200122)
Workers' Compensation Executive Committee Meeting (SWC200422)
21st Annual Verrilli-Belkin Workers' Compensation Charity Golf Event (SWC190912)
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Diane D. Duhamel Receives 2019 Pomeranz-O'Brien Award
Attorney Diane D. Duhamel received the Pomeranz-O’Brien Award from the Connecticut Bar Association’s (CBA) Workers’ Compensation Section for her contribution and exemplary service to the workers’ compensation system and community. Attorney Duhamel was presented with the award at the 2019 Connecticut Legal Conference, during the section’s seminar, “Current Issues in the Workers’ Compensation System…
Game of Bones: The Science and Strategy of Orthopedic Claims CLE (EWC191101)
Many areas of the law require the participation of physicians to determine entitlement to benefits and extent of damages. This seminar will analyze the intersection of legal principles and medicine in the context of five common areas of injury: spine, knee, shoulder, wrist, and elbow.
Two Members Inducted into the College of Workers' Compensation Lawyers
Attorneys Diane D. Duhamel and Joseph R. Passaretti, Jr. were inducted into The College of Workers' Compensation Lawyers (CWCL) on March 14 at the ABA Workers' Compensation Midwinter Conference and CWCL Symposium in Coral Gable, FL..
CANCELLED: Workers' Compensation Section: Meet and Greet New Commissioners (SWC190418)
The Workers’ Compensation Section and Young Lawyers Section is hosting a reception to meet and greet the new commissioners of the Workers’ Compensation Commission. The Pomeranz-O’Brien award will also be presented. Prior to the reception, the Workers’ Compensation Section and Young Lawyers section will be presenting a CLE. For more information about the CLE please click Medicare S…
CANCELLED: Medicare Set-asides: What Practitioners Need to Know CLE (EWC190418)
CANCELLED as of 4/2/19
Workers' Compensation Executive Committee Meeting (SWC190327)
The Matthew Shafner Memorial Scholarship for Sons and Daughters of Disabled Workers
We are pleased to announce that the Disabled Workers' Committee, a Connecticut‑based, not‑for‑profit organization whose mission is to help impaired workers, has issued new criteria for the one scholarship of $10,000 that it is offering to assist a senior high school student who lives in Connecticut.
WAIT LIST ONLY: The Impact of the New Evidence Rules on Workers’ Compensation Cases CLE (EWC190308)
Learn the new evidence rules with a focus on social media. Get instruction on how to introduce social media and other surveillance evidence into proceedings. Fact patterns presenting the ethical issues at stake when dealing with evidence will be discussed and analyzed.
The Workers' Compensation Section initiated the Pomeranz-O'Brien Award to honor attorneys who have contributed to the workers’ compensation system and/or community by exemplary service that has gone above and beyond that displayed by his or her peers and were truly extraordinary.
REG CLOSED-Workers' Compensation: Retirement Celebration for The Hon. Nancy E. Salerno (SWC181206)
The Workers' Compensation Section of the Connecticut Bar Association invites Workers' Compensation Section Members, Workers' Compensation Commissioners, Workers’ Compensation Attorneys, Claim Representatives, family, friends and colleagues of Commissioner Salerno to join us for a wonderful evening in honor of Commissioner Salerno’s distinguished career and to wish her well in her future endeavors.…
CBA Workers’ Compensation Section Hosts 20th Annual Golf Event
The Connecticut Bar Association’s (CBA) Workers’ Compensation Section held their 20th Annual Verrilli-Belkin Workers’ Compensation Charity Golf and Dinner Event. More than $200,000 has been raised, over the life of the tournament, for Connecticut Food Bank and Foodshare.
Compensation Quarterly Volume 01
December, 1990 THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION UPDATE
Point - Counterpoint
Editor's Note: Robert R. Sheldon is a named partner in the
Bridgeport law firm of Tremont & Sheldon, P.C. emphasizing clai-
VIDEOTAPE SURVEILLANCE DOES IT HAVE A PLACE?
Jim Sheridan is a 43-year old laborer who suffered a compen-
sable back injury in May,
Compensation Quarterly Volume 02
Number 1 THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION UPDATE December, 1991
Editor's Note: Frank A. May, Esq. is a named partner in the
Glastonbury law firm of Monstream and May.
LIMITATIONS ON 31-308a Benefits
In recent years a demand for 31-308a benefits seems to
arise in almost every case. It is well, therefore, to keep in mind
that 31-308a is a discre
Compensation Quarterly Volume 03
. COMPENSATION QUARTERLY
Winter 1993 THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION UPDATE
Point - Counterpoint
Editor's Note: James P. Berryman, Esq. is a partner in the New
London law firm of Suisman, Shapiro, Wool, Brennan &
Dear Claimant's Counsel:
Has this ever happened to you? You're seated at an informal
conference with your 58 year old, lOth grade educated ex-
Compensation Quarterly Volume 04
COMPENSATION QUARTERLY Volume 4
.Winter 1994 THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION UPDATE
Public Act 93-228
P 0 IN T
Editor's Note: Steven H. Cousins, Esq. is associated with the laUI finn
of Cousins & Johnson located in Stratford, CT.
The spirit which lead to the enactment of the Connecticut Work~
men's Compensation Act in 1913 (later -Workers' Compensation Act),