Elena concentrates her practice in workers’ compensation.
Amy E. Bilton, William A. Delaney and Jennifer C. McClain to Instruct Spring 2023 CMSP, Fellow and Allocator Boot Camp Classes
2.16.2023 Firm News
The CMSP credential identifies those within the workers’ compensation and liability insurance industry who hold substantial knowledge of the application of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act.
Lamar’s practice areas include workers’ compensation, employment law, and civil litigation, and Saleema practices in the area of workers’ compensation.
WRCI’s January 2023 Study Report Minimizes Confounding Factors in Long COVID cases in Workers’ Compensation.
Adam Cox and Lisa Azoory-Keller Presenting at Illinois Chamber of Commerce Webinar
Come join experienced trial attorneys Lisa Azoory-Keller and Adam Cox, as they help provide some relief to prevent and resolve your ancient “old dog” workers’ compensation claims. As an added bonus, they will also give a smattering of “hacks” that are guaranteed to help minimize your claim exposures.
Amy E. Bilton and William A. Lowry were selected for inclusion in the 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers list for their Workers’ Compensation practices.
Adam Cox Presenting at American Society of Safety Professionals – Northeastern Illinois Chapter Meeting
Adam Cox will be presenting at ASSP NEIL Chapter Meeting January 20, 2023.
Is the Pendulum Swinging Towards Limiting the Scope of “Arising Out Of” and “In the Course Of” Employment? Read All About It in the Recent Commission Decision Anderson v. Homewood Flossmoor High School
12.21.2022 Pankhuri K. Parti Blog
The Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission denies benefits where the injury-producing event is not incidental to the employment.
It’s Elevation Day at NBKL!
12.20.2022 Firm News
The NBKL Family is so happy to announce that Heather Boyer is being elevated to shareholder and Catie Cavanaugh and Joe Gregorio are being elevated to partner. They are each wonderful lawyers and people. Please join us in extending them our congratulations!
Between the Numbers: CMS Releases (Some) Data on WCMSA Submissions and Approvals From the Last Three Years
12.7.2022 Joseph Gregorio Blog
CMS released some data for their WCMSA approvals over the last three years. The data suggests that CMS increased the proposed WCMSA amounts by 14% on average, and shows that the number of WCMSAs submitted to CMS each year are trending down. Despite the limited data provided, there are other potential implications for WCMSA submitters.