Employer Disability and Leave Roundtable

laurel hensleyJoin SBH for the next Employer Disability and Leave Roundtable September 10, 2019. We invite you to join us September 10th for the next Kaiser Permanente/Sather Byerly & Holloway Employer Disability and Leave Roundtable. SBH’s Rebecca Watkins and Dr. Carrie Davino-Ramaya will host a roundtable discussion of real-life leave scenarios and share their insights on how to address various disability and leave requirements under state, federal and local laws. Dr. Davino-Ramaya will provide insights from a medical perspective on leave and disability certifications. This is a great opportunity to explore the legal and medical aspects of leave, as well as connect with other employers and HR professionals in the metro area. When: September 10, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30… Continue reading

Join us at the SBH Washington Claims Professional Workshop

laurel hensleySBH will be hosting its annual Washington Claims Professional Workshop on Friday, March 4, 2016 at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver, Washington. 6.0 Washington Credits Approved: 5.0 Claims Management & 1.0 Legal Presentations by SBH Attorneys and Guest Speakers: Edward Dagher, MD Peter Edgerton, Vocational Services Specialist, Department of Labor & Industries Debra Hatzialexiou, Legal Services Program Manager, Department of Labor & Industries Doug Palmer, Partner at Busick Hamrick Palmer Sheryl Whitcomb, Penalty Adjudicator, Department of Labor & Industries Elizabeth Ziegler, Ph.D. – Neuropsychologist Workshop Topics: Case Law Update Introduction to Neuropsychological Testing Assessing Employability in the Vocational Resolution Dispute Office Penalties: Self-Insured Employers Beware Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Working With Claimant’s Attorneys Cost: $85 Includes Continental Breakfast, Lunch,… Continue reading

Join SBH at the 14th Annual Oregon Claims Examiner Workshop

laurel hensleyJoin SBH at the 14th Annual Oregon Claims Examiner Workshop. The workshop will be November 13 at the Multnomah Athletic Club. SBH Attorneys, Independent Medical Examiners, and representatives from the WCD will be discussing the latest case law, new closure rules, traumatic brain injuries, recreational marijuana, and the new Oregon portal. Cost is $85 per person and includes a continental breakfast, lunch, hosted bar, and hors d’oeuvres. To Register: We look forward to seeing you there!