Minnesota workers’ compensation attorney Robert Wilson is scheduled to present at the National Seminar on Workers’ Compensation, hosted by the National Business Institute.
Mr. Wilson’s seminar, titled “Workers’ Compensation: Settlement Negotiation How-to’s,” will be streamed online. It will offer Continuing Legal Education on achieving fair settlements in workers’ compensation claims. The presentation will take place on Friday, December 30, 2016.
For more information or to register for the seminar, click here.
Robert Wilson has been practicing law for over 20 years and has worked on more than 1,000 cases.
At Robert Wilson & Associates, we are excited to announce that our very own Robert Wilson will be presenting as part of a national seminar called “Negotiating Workers’ Compensation Settlements” on the 10th of June. The seminar will cover strategies that attorneys can use to help their clients achieve fair settlements through negotiation. In particular, Wilson will be discussing strategies by which the Affordable Care Act may be used during workers’ comp settlement negotiations, along with how attorneys can minimize Social Security Offsets during these negotiations. To learn more about the seminar and the other presenters, please take a moment to click here and visit the National Business Institute’s site.
Attorney Robert Wilson of Robert Wilson & Associates was recently quoted in an article discussing workers’ compensation payments in Minnesota, particularly, the disparity between Minnesota’s payments for the loss of a body part compared to payments in other states. An investigation by Pro Publica and NPR revealed that workers who lose a body part in Minnesota are, on average, compensated far less than workers in other parts of the country. In some instances, disparities reached into the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
However, Wilson highlighted the fact that payment for loss of a body part, also known as permanent partial disability, is only one of many different aspects that makes up a state’s workers’ compensation system. He also pointed out that in many other respects, Minnesota was favorable for injured workers.
You can read Wilson’s full remarks by clicking here.