Episode 187

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


April 12th, 2021

20 mins 25 secs

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About this Episode

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

Major discusses 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.

This audio is from a live webinar provided to clients on April 12, 2021.

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