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A Civil Litigation Webinar

A Deeper Look at Liens, Subrogation, and Offset Rights Under Section 40 in New Jersey

In this live webinar, “A Deeper Look at Liens, Subrogation, and Offset Rights Under Section 40 in New Jersey,” we lead a conversation about the practical approaches to recovery under New Jersey’s Section 40.

We discuss the following:

  • What are the rights of the workers’ compensation carrier under Section 40 to the proceeds of a third-party lawsuit?
  • In New Jersey, what happens when the parties to the civil action do not obtain consent to settlement.
  • How recent case decisions will impact the practice in 2021.

Civil Litigation Webinar Series

The Civil Litigation Webinar Series, from Lois Law Firm, is held on the THIRD MONDAY of the month at 3:00 PM EST. These webinars are focused on practical claims-handling and perfect for your team members who need state-specific training or a refresher course for this jurisdiction! Each webinar features a live presentation followed by a Question & Answer session. To register for a Civil Litigation Webinar, click the button below:

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The “New York Risk Transfer Handbook" is "an effort to present to you, the curious claims professional, supervisor, manager, risk transfer or recovery specialist, or even fellow lawyer, just how subrogation makes sense in the context of your claims.”

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Why LOIS Has a Dedicated Civil Litigation Practice

LOIS has a dedicated Civil Litigation Practice to serve general liability, premises liability, automobile liability insurance carriers and third party administrators in reimbursement claims under New York WCL § 29 and New Jersey’s Section 40 (N.J.S.A. 34:15-40). Our attorneys also regularly represent these clients’ insureds in defense of personal injury matters filed in all counties in Metropolitan New York, all counties in New Jersey and in the federal courts.

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