This is video from a live presentation from attorney Greg Lois and answers the following questions: “How do I defend a Motion for Med and Temp in New Jersey?” and “What medical treatment is required under the statute?” and “What are the common defenses used by a Respondent when facing a motion?”
At the end of the presentation, attendees will understand what a Motion for Temporary and Medical Benefits is, what exposures are posed by the motion, and how to best defend the motion.
Subject: New Jersey, Workers’ Compensation Law, benefits, Temporary Disability
Date Presented: August 28, 2017
Presenter(s): Greg Lois
Run time: 27:25
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