Episode 205

Defending Motions for Med & Temp in New Jersey Workers' Compensation Cases


August 23rd, 2021

40 mins 16 secs

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About this Episode

Unless you defend Motions for Medical and Temporary Disability Benefits in New Jersey aggressively and successfully you will be exposed for higher medical costs and significant legal fees payable to Petitioner's counsel. In this episode, Greg Lois discusses best practices for defending Motions for Med & Temp and provide answers to common questions.

Topics discussed

  • An overview of what types of medical care are required under the New Jersey Workers' Compensation Act;
  • How to reduce costs of care by directing treatment and using networks;
  • What happens when a Petitioner is successful on a Motion for Med & temp and how attorneys' fees are calculated;
  • Strategies to control exposure for Petitioner's attorneys' fee costs in Motions for Med & Temp;
  • An overview of the parts of a basic motion for Med & Temp and what the Petitioner is required to prove in order to be successful;
  • The courtroom procedure and timing for defending these Motions;
  • The differenced between and "Emergent" and "Standard" Motion for Med & Temp;
  • Best practices for Risk Professionals and Attorneys defending these claims.

This audio is from a live webinar provided to clients on August 23, 2021.

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