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In all the Connecticut Workers' Compensation
Commissioners’ Offices
Connecticut Workers’ Compensation After Reforms
7th Edition

Authored by Angelo Paul Sevarino, Esq, Edited by Joseph J. Passaretti, Jr .Esq
Board Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists

s Now in 5 Volumes s

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In continuous publication since 1993, this Seventh Edition continues as the definitive 5 volume set that will assist you in advising your client, whether a injured worker, union representative, insurance company, insurance claim administrator, self-insured employer or managed medical care provider in the latest developments in the field of workers' compensation law as practiced in the State of Connecticut.

With over 3,000 pages, this reference guide provides you references to thousands of CRB, Superior, Appellate and Supreme Court cases to keep you current. In addition updated practice forms, motions and important resource guides are included with critical commentary.

This is the original definitive reference text to the who, what, when, where and why of Connecticut workers' compensation law and is referenced by the various Workers' Compensation Commissioners and cited by the Compensation Review Board, Appellate and Supreme Court.

Summary of Contents

- Legislative changes with critical commentary 
- Practice checklists, forms and motion practice
- Medical case development
- Lost wage, TT, TP, PPD case development
- Informal & Formal hearings practice and procedure
- Appeals, CRB - Appellate & Supreme
- Notice of Claim, Forms 30C & 30D
- Disclaimer Form 43, Motion to Preclude
- Discontinuance of benefits, Form 36

Wrongful discharge & Discrimination

- Regulations & Commissioner Memorandums
- The Chair, Commissioners and Advisory Board
- Attorney's fees, penalties, sanctions, fraud
- Exclusivity and Third Party tort actions
- Employee v. Independent Contractor
- Child Support/Alimony considerations
- Intervention, Subrogation and Liens
- Rehabilitation, physical and vocational
- Managed medical care & Medical Protocols

State/Municipal special benefits

- Heart and Hypertension benefits
- Social Security Offsets
- Stipulations and Commutations
- Structured Settlements/Case Valuation

Medicare Set Aside/Medicare Conditional Payments

- Family Medical Leave Act
- ADA, CCHRO/EEOC claims
- SSI, Medicaid & Special Needs Trusts
- Stress Claims, physical & mental
- Connecticut Guarantee Fund
- Second Injury Fund
- Bankruptcy, employee or employer