In this video, Tashia Rasul, Partner at LOIS, provides an overview of appeals and post-trial practice in New York workers’ compensation cases! This video is from a live presentation on February 17, 2020.
In this video, Tashia provides answers to common questions, such as:
- What decisions can be appealed.
- Tactical and strategic considerations in deciding to file an appeal.
- Costs and practical considerations for appealing workers’ compensation trial decisions.
About the Host, Tashia Rasul
Tashia Rasul is a partner at LOIS where she leads the Construction Defense Practice team. Tashia represents employers, self-insured companies, third party administrators, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters.
Tashia frequently visits construction and other work sites to develop defense strategies. Tashia routinely handles complex cases involving occupational injuries, pulmonary diseases and catastrophic injuries. Tashia also works on Longshore workers’ compensation claims.
In addition to her trial practice, Tashia leads the Firm’s Diversity Committee. Tashia is active in the National Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation, a think tank of engaged female thought leaders committed to discussing challenges and emerging trends in the Workers’ Compensation industry.
About the New York Workers’ Compensation Webinar Series
The New York presentations are offered every month on the THIRD MONDAY in two sessions: 12:00 PM EST and 3:00 PM EST. The course outlines and materials presented are the same in both sessions – the only difference is the time. Register here:
Archive of prior presentations is here
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