MAJ’s Workers’ Compensation/Social Security Seminar

Attorney Jeffrey E. Kaufman will be co-moderating MAJ’s Annual Workers’ Compensation/Social Security Seminar.

I will be co-moderating MAJ’s Annual Workers’ Compensation/Social Security Seminar. It is scheduled for January 19, 2018 from 8:30 am to 4 pm at Four Points by Sheraton-Novi.

This is a great opportunity for lawyers who want to learn more about workers’ compensation and Social Security practice issues. A copy of the agenda is included below. Sign up online with MAJ.

8:30 am-Registration & Exhibit Viewing

9:00 am-MAJ Vice President Robert MacDonald, MacDonald & MacDonald, PLLC, Flint-Workers’ Compensation Residual Wage Earning Capacity Decisions

9:35 am-Bill Flory, Michigan Association for Justice-Legislative Update

9:45 am-John Braden, Fremont-Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability State of the Law

10:30 am-Break & Exhibit Viewing-Sponsored by Preferred Rehabilitation

10:45 am-Dr. Nazih Iskander, Metro Pain Clinic, Southfield-Issues on Pain Management

11:30 am-Amie Peters, Esq., President, Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group-How National Issues Impact Your Practice

12:00 pm-Lunch

12:30 pm-John Charters, Charters, Tyler & Zack, P.C, Troy.-Workers’ Compensation Tips

1:00 pm- Federal Magistrate Judge David Grand-Federal Social Security Disability Appeals

2:00 pm-Break & Exhibit Viewing

2:15 pm-Dr. Jawad Shah and Dr. Zubair Sarmast- Issues on Neurosurgery and Orthopedic Surgery

Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers never charges a fee to evaluate a potential case. Our law firm has represented injured and disabled workers exclusively for more than 35 years. Call (844) 316-8033 for a free consultation today.

Related information:

Jeffrey E. Kaufman / Michigan Workers Comp Attorney

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