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COVID-19 & Workers' Comp: Information to Help You and Your Clients Survive the Pandemic

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Price

$99 for Guest Group
$50 for WILG Members & Staff

75 minutes
Date Published

March 31, 2020

Publisher

Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group

Subjects

Workers' Compensation

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Summary

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, what do you do when your client has trouble accessing non-emergency care? How do you keep your client's case moving forward with in-person hearings postponed? WILG members Mack Babcock (CO), Amie Peters (WA) and Alan Pierce (MA) will discuss (1) when COVID-19 is covered by worker's compensation, (2) how to keep current cases on track with social distancing and the medical emergency, (3) how to answer your client's work-related questions and (4) how the US Department of Labor is dealing with workers not covered under state worker's comp systems.

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Presenters

Amie C. Peters

WILG Past-President.

Amie C. Peters is a duly licensed attorney in Washington. Her practice emphasizes... Read More

Mack Babcock

WILG Treasurer

Denver, Colorado attorney R. Mack Babcock spends his life continuously striving for excellence. As... Read More

Alan S. Pierce

WILG Past President

Alan S. Pierce is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) and obtained a Juris... Read More

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COVID-19 & Workers' Comp: Information to Help You and Your Clients Survive the Pandemic
COVID-19 & Workers' Comp: Information to Help You and Your Clients Survive the Pandemic - Paper
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