Thursday, June 25, 2020
New Orleans, Louisiana
$50 registration fee includes breakfast and handouts.
Registration is on Thursday morning 7:30am. Session begins at 8am and ends at 5pm.
Friday session begins at 8am and ends at 4pm.
This course covers all topics you will need to ensure that you are prepared to handle
your workers’ compensation claims, including:
The claims process and procedures, accidents/occupational diseases, arising out of and
course and scope, disability benefits, calculation of average weekly wage, medical benefits,
affirmative defenses, employee penalties and forfeiture, Second Injury Fund, and more.
Entertainment from country star Jake Owen
Breakout sessions, exhibitions, and networking events
2020 dates to come
The Orlando World Center Marriott
The 74th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference and the 31st Annual Safety and Health Conference focus on national workers’ compensation and occupational safety and health industries. Particularly as it relates to workers’ compensation, it has always been felt that each state, having different laws, had to deal with its own issues separate from other states. No longer is this the case. This national conference has evolved into a gathering of all stakeholders, regardless of jurisdiction or state, to study and be educated on issues of common concern – issues that have no geographical boundaries. Regardless of your interests, your position in these important industries, and your role, this conference is designed to provide something of significance. The unprecedented number of breakouts and the quality of presenters representing states throughout the country truly make this the national event not to be missed.
The WCI Workers’ Compensation Conference will take place in Orlando, FL on August 12-14, 2019. Attorneys from Juge Napolitano Guilbeau Ruli & Frieman will presenting the Louisiana portion of the WCDI Multi-State Breakout on August 14. For more details on this breakout, please click the link below to view the video.
Friday, October 16th, 2020
This seminar is a one day course designed to assist insurance professionals on effective claims handling under the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Act. We will also present a Multistate breakout session to assist adjusters that are responsible for multiple jurisdictions and address recent workers’ compensation case law in Louisiana.
Registration fee $50 (which includes handouts, continentental breakfast, and lunch).
Registration/Continental breakfast begins at 7:30am.
First session begins at 8:00am.