The Process to Successfully Settle More Workers' Comp Claims


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the process to successfully settle more workers' comp claims

Presented by Amaxx WC Mastery Training


Successfully settling workers compensation claims can have a positive effect both on an employers workers' compensation program, as well as the life of the injured worker. However, often claims remain open unnecessarily for months or years because the stakeholders involved have been unable to create a win-win outcome for the injured worker and payer. 

In this session you will learn the process and system to consistently achieve successful settlements in workers' comp claims.  

Your hosts for this training

Michael Stack
Amaxx LLC

Michael Stack is founder and lead trainer of Amaxx Workers' Comp Training Center.  He is an experienced risk consultant and co-author of Your Ultimate Guide To Mastering Workers' Compensation Costs.  He works with clients to develop benchmarking comparisons, assess key cost drivers, structure strategies, and design training to reduce workers’ compensation and risk management costs.

Megan Trapletti

Megan is the President and Owner of the Salt Lake City office of Ringler. She is responsible for negotiating and facilitating settlements of cases utilizing structured settlements, reviewing life care plans, projecting future loss of earning and medical needs. This entails developing and presenting structured settlement packages, attending settlement conferences, and mediation.  She provides direct assistance to clients and attorneys on a variety of claims.  

Dan Anders
Tower MSA

Dan is Chief Compliance Officer at Tower MSA Partners and oversees the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) compliance program. He is responsible for ensuring the integrity and quality of the MSA program and other MSP compliance services and products. Based upon his more than a decade of experience in working with employers, insurers, TPAs, attorneys and clients, Dan provides education and consultation to Tower MSA clients on all aspects of MSP compliance.

Paul Sighinolfi

Paul provides thought leadership, leads regulatory and policy initiatives, and provides meaningful strategic direction and insight at Ametros. Prior to Ametros, Paul was the Executive Director and Chairman of the Maine Workers’ Compensation Board. Previously, he was a partner at Rudman & Winchell, where he was a member of the firm’s litigation department and directed the workers’ compensation practice group.  

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