- Hear from the Commissioners
- What the Commissioners Expect
- Inner Workings of the Commission
- Attorney Fees
- Hear from the Seasoned Attorneys
- Significant New Issues
- Trends and Cases
- Practice Pointers
- Hear from the Deputies
- Dos and Don’ts
- Compromise Settlements
- Pre- and Post-Hearing Procedures
- Effective Presentation at a Hearing
Commissioners and deputy commissioners, along with experienced workers’ compensation attorneys, will discuss the most common problems encountered by the practitioner and their solutions. This program is a unique opportunity to hear from the bench and learn how to improve your handling of a worker’s compensation case, including written statements and your presentation at the hearing and at the review levels.
Learn the mechanics of the process by which cases are referred to the docket and scheduled for hearing.
Understanding the commissioners’ viewpoints on certain aspects of compensability issues, credibility, marketing, dismissal for cause, and eligibility for partial disability benefits is essential to the practitioner. Learn what the commissioners expect.
Enormously experienced presenters will discuss what a lawyer handling a worker’s compensation case needs to know in order to skillfully present a case.
During the program you will be able to participate in a lively colloquy with the panelists.
Come hone your skills and make sure your practices are the best!
||Online registration ends at 11:59 p.m. the day preceding the seminar
Call (800) 979-8253 to register up to one hour prior to the seminar
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation/transfer requests will be honored until 5:00 p.m. the day preceding the seminar. You will, however, be charged $60 if you cancel or transfer your registration to a different seminar after the link to the materials has been e-mailed by Virginia CLE.
Full refunds or transfers are available up to two days after a webcast in the unlikely event that you experience technical difficulties.
MCLE Credit Caveat: The MCLE Board measures credits by the time you spend in attendance. If you enter a seminar late or leave it early, or both, you must reflect those adjustments accurately in the credits you report on your credit reporting form. A code will be given at the end of the seminar, which must be written on your MCLE form.
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