A series of articles emphasizing practical
knowledge you can't find in practice guides
and interviews with experts who share
their techniques for effective and efficient
case management


How To Do It: Articles, Interviews &
Practice Tips

Articles emphasizing practical knowledge you can't find in practice guides

People Who Made A Difference
Profiles of people who changed workers’ compensation law.

White Papers

Letters to the Editors

Meet the Editors
Warren Schneider
Marjory Harris






In Next Month's Issue:

How to review records: what to look for, organizing data, case and issue-specific tips
and Excel worksheet
Proving DFEC (diminished future earning capacity)–
Are you stuck with the new PDRS's FEC?
Interviews with movers and shakers

Premier Issue

In this four-part series, we explore the use of subpoenaed records in workers'
compensation cases. The subpoena duces tecum is the most used and arguably
most effective of the discovery devices allowed in workers’ compensation law.

Write the Right Request
What do you really want, and how do you get it?

Sample Requests
What you need for request forms

How to Obtain Psychiatric Records
Download the release you need

Interview with Commissioner Mervin N. Glow
Learn about the changes in WC discovery since
Hardesty, Glow's achievements and the current
state of WC law and practice.

Excel Records Organizer– keep track
of your subpoenaed records. First in
a series of Excel worksheets to
keep track of records ordered,
received, reviewed, and analyzed.

Smoking Gun
A monthly series of “war stories”
and practical tips. How to find
gold nuggets while mining
subpoenaed records.

We would really like to hear
your own war stories.

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