National Workers' Compensation Defense Network Announces Free Semi-Annual Seminar In Chicago

                               Chicago, IL (CompNewsNetwork) - The National Workers' Compensation Defense Network (NWCDN) has announced that its next semi-annual workers' compensation seminar will be held October 6 & 7, 2010, in Chicago, Illinois.

The Seminar, which is offered free of charge to employers and insurance professionals, is designed to provide current and useful information for all risk managers, claims handlers and other individuals tasked with managing workers' compensation programs and issues. This seminar includes sessions entitled "Establishing a Multi-Jurisdictional, Uniform Claims Handling/Defense Protocol”, “Minimizing Medicare Set-Aside and Future Medical Exposure”, and “A View from the Bench”. Additionally, 3 different breakout sessions are included. Attendees will have the option of attending either "The Legislative Process---Make Change Happen!", "Accident Reconstruction/Ergonomics---Does The Injury Fit The Accident?", or "Mitigating Exposure with Return To Work Solutions".

In addition to the sessions, breakout information for 35 to 40 states will be available from the more than 40 Defense Law Firm's that comprise the NWCDN. Breakfast, lunch and an afternoon cocktail reception are also included.

For more information, and to register online for this free seminar, visit is a sponsor of this event.

The National Workers' Compensation Defense Network ("NWCDN") is an organization of independent law firms, each with an established Workers' Compensation practice and experience in defending employers and insurance companies in workers' compensation and related actions. Member firms are committed to providing quality representation and information to employers and the insurance industry.

Please note: NWCDN seminar's are designed for Risk managers and other claims professionals working for employers, insurers and TPA's, and in order to accommodate our target market we must limit registration to individuals who fall into those categories.

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