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Workers' Compensation 2021: Quirky Issues in Workers' Comp

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Workers' Compensation 2021: Quirky Issues in Workers' Comp 

6.0 CLE Hours (inc. 2.0 ethics hour) ( approved for 2.0 CME hours)

Topics & Speakers 

Welcome Remarks  by Program Chair

  • Bob Bollinger, Bollinger Law Firm, Charlotte 

The Wilkes Fix: Accepting that Nothing Is Accepted and Acceptance Means Nothing So Warm Beer Is Better Than An Accepted Claim

  • Michael Bertics, Lennon, Camak & Bertics, PLLC, Raleigh

When Death Claims Don't Die

  •  Heidi Chapman, Heidi Chapman, PLLC, Chapel Hill
  • Vernon Sumwalt, The Sumwalt Group Workers' Compensation and Trial Lawyers, Charlotte

Dealing With the Veteran's Administration in Workers' Compensation Claims 

  • Matthew Healey, Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, Durham 

Workers' Compensation During a Divorce

  • Dominque "Missy" Foard, SeiferFlatow, PLLC, Charlotte

Whaddaya Mean My Checks Stop After 500 Weeks? - Panel Discussion 

  • Kathleen Glancy, Kathleen Shannon Glancy, PA, Wilmington
  • Richard Harper, Harper Law Firm, PLLC, Sylva
  • Stewart Poisson, Poisson Poisson & Bower, Attorneys at Law, Wilmington
  • Leslie Wickham, Wickham PLLC, Durham 

What Could Possibly Go Wrong? An Adventure in Mediation Ethics

  • Jackie Clare, Raleigh
  • Tom Clare, Raleigh 

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