Workers' Compensation Subrogation Recovery and Liens Group Opens on LinkedIn
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – A new group has opened on the popular business networking site LinkedIn to address issues related to subrogation recovery and liens within the workers’ compensation industry. The Workers' Comp Subrogation Recovery and Liens group is a subgroup of the Workers' Compensation Roundtable. Managers of the Roundtable, the second largest workers’ compensation group on LinkedIn, conducted a poll of its members recently, and the liens and subrogation topic ranked highly in the responses. No other LinkedIn group is dedicated to this specialty area for the workers’ comp segment.
The Roundtable is a core group of 5,500+ workers’ compensation specialists and employers, providing excellent general overview discussions, with a series of targeted subgroups allowing more in depth focus of the issues within their respective domains.
The Workers' Comp Subrogation Recovery and Liens group addresses various issues with respect to workers comp subrogation recovery, including recommended procedures for ensuring workers compensation liens and issues that arise in the context of third party actions effecting workers compensation lien recovery. Included within this subgroup are issues related to Medicare liens and child support in the context of workers compensation resolutions.
John "Jack" Muldowney, a Partner at Connors Law, LLP in Pennsylvania, will be the primary co-manager involved with this effort. He brings a wealth of experience to this topic. Jack’s practice is concentrated in civil litigation and Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation defense litigation; representing insureds, employers, and third-party administrators throughout Pennsylvania. His experience includes representing professionals in malpractice actions, and construction litigation. He has also provided legal consultation advice and analysis to corporate clients concerning a variety of pre-litigation issues, involving consumer products and services. His experience as a litigator includes jury trials, arbitrations, alternative dispute resolution forums, administrative hearings, and appellate representation, including having argued before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Jack has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest possible peer review for legal ability in ethical standards.
You may find the Workers' Comp Subrogation Recovery and Liens group under subgroups in the Roundtable, or go directly to http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Workers-Comp-Subrogation-Recovery-Liens-4467410/about.
Other subgroups of the Workers Compensation Roundtable are:
WCLaw Talk by NWCDN
Return To Work Roundtable
Workers' Compensation Technology Alliance
Workers' Compference - Workers' Comp Education Discussion Center
Friends of Sandy Blunt
About The Workers’ Compensation Roundtable
Workers' compensation is not simply a cost of doing business, it's a cost that can be controlled. Beginning with an assessment of the cost drivers, benchmarking the data, and integrating the solutions, employers can reduce workers' comp costs 20-50%, and with the proper information, professionals managing comp claims can reduce costs and improve outcomes for all stakeholders in the process. This group is for employers, business owners, risk managers, HR managers, insurance executives and brokers to discuss the obstacles and strategies to overcome them.
This forum is jointly managed by Rebecca Shafer of ReduceYourWorkersComp.com and Bob Wilson and Kathy Lella of WorkersCompensation.com. They are all dedicated to the concept that workers' comp is a manageable line on your expense ledger, and that informed professionals are empowered achievers.