What You Need to Know NOW About Workers Compensation and Claims Management

Going through our blog archives you will find that we’ve provided tons of information on how to manage your company’s workers compensation systems. Everything from what happens when a claim goes to litigation to avoiding litigation all together, from handling workplace injury claims to preventing them… now you have a chance to hear it straight from the source in Bethlehem,PA.

Employers, this is a unique opportunity to learn about the Workers Compensation system and what you need to do to put money back in your pocket. This is a great opportunity to learn and network!

The Seltzer Group, the workers compensation specialists will present:
–          What you can do before, during and after a workplace injury to reduce costs.
–          How workers compensation claims affect your experience mod and your bottom line.
–          What you can do to avoid hiring an injury and how you have the power to cultivate a safe, claim averse atmosphere in your workplace.
Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin, Attorneys at Law, will present:
–          Workers Compensation legal updates
–          How to reach the best outcome if a claim goes to litigation.
OAA Orthopedic Specialists, the most experienced orthopedic practice in the Lehigh Valley:
–          Why it is important to have a relationship with an occupational medical facility for workplace injuries.
–          The importance of having a medical panel.
–          Also more on the medical perspective of claims management and workplace injury.

Special guest speakers to be announced……..

 You can’t afford not to attend! This seminar is provided FREE of charge and there will be a complimentary happy hour/ networking mixer directly following the presentations.


December 7, 2011

Registration 12:30pm-1:00pm

Presentations 1:00-5:00pm

Happy Hour/ Networking: 5:00-6:00pm.



300 Gateway Drive



1-888-366-1000 Ext. 126

What You Need to Know NOW About Workers Compensation and Claims Management was last modified: August 26th, 2014 by Sarah McGorry