Worker’s Compensation Institute, Nov. 10

TOPICS:
Course Objectives
– Hon. Linda P. Hamilton & Diana L. Wann, Program Co-Chairs
The 411 on Tapering Polypharmacy Regimens
– Mark Pew
Current Trends in Alternatives to Narcotic Pain Management
– Dr. David M. Ratzman 
Pain Management in Worker’s Compensation Injury Care
Panel: Dr. David M. Ratzman, Mark Pew & Kathleen M. Pianki
Questions & Answers
– All Available Morning Panelists
Independent Medical Examinations and Issues They Raise
– Nathan B. Maudlin
Successful Strategies for Settlement: Social Security and Medicare Set Asides, Tactics and Ethical Considerations
Presenters:  T. Reg Hesselgrave, Natalie M. Fierek & Robert J. Doyle

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FACULTY:
Hon. Linda P. Hamilton, Co-Chair

Chair, Indiana Worker’s Compensation Board, Indianapolis, IN

Diana L. Wann, Co-Chair

Jackson Kelly PLLC, Crawfordsville, IN

Robert J. Doyle

Due Doyle Fanning & Alderfer, LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Natalie M. Fierek

Law Office of Natalie M. Fierek, LLC, North Webster, IN

T. Reg Hesselgrave

Attorney at Law, Yorktown, IN

Nathan B. Maudlin

Klezmer Maudlin PC, New Harmony, IN

Mark Pew

Senior Vice President, PRIUM, Duluth, GA

Kathleen M. Pianki, RN BSN CCM

Nurse Case Manager, Genex Services, LLC, Indianapolis, IN

Dr. David M. Ratzman, MD
Anesthesia Pain Consultants of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN
ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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