John Archibald and Tony Troese Discuss Keys to Mitigating Workers’ Compensation Exposure
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John Archibald and Tony Troese Discuss Keys to Mitigating Workers’ Compensation Exposure

John K. Archibald and Tony S. Troese — partners in Goldberg Segalla’s Workers’ Compensation practice — co-authored an article for Claims and Litigation Management Alliance on the keys to mitigating exposure to workers’ compensation claims.  

The attorneys eyed three keys for businesses to manage their risk and save litigation costs. They include surveillance, witnesses, and vocational rehabilitation.  

Monitoring company equipment and vehicles can help minimize third-party claims and quickly identify accurate damages. As long as employers are upfront about surveillance, and transparent about its use, that should limit concerns John and Tony said.   

“Vocational rehabilitation places the burden on the employee to put in the effort to cooperate with the return-to-work plan and job-search efforts,” they wrote. “A good vocational plan and counselor are often the determining factor in avoiding a permanent total disability claim.”   

 

READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE: “Three Keys to Mitigate Workers’ Compensation Exposure”, CLM November 2022.  

 

MORE ABOUT GOLDBERG SEGALLA’S WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PRACTICE  

The mission of Goldberg Segalla’s Workers’ Compensation practice group is to achieve significant and sustainable reductions to the overall expense of each client’s workers’ compensation program. Our commitment to this mission—and our success in efficient file handling as well as long-range strategic risk-management—has earned us a national reputation for exceeding our clients’ expectations and driving positive change in the practice of workers’ compensation law.