PIHRA South Bay
Workers' Compensation Basics
Understanding the basic issues in workers’ compensation as a tool for saving money in California.
- What to do when an injury occurs.
- Understand the roles of the employee and employer during the claim process.
- Benefits available through the Workers’ Compensation system
- How to effectively utilize medical provider networks
- Understand the basis for claim denial
- Effective use of UR and IMR
- Effective use of Investigation/potential fraud
James E. Umholtz, Esq.
James E. Umholtz is a partner of The Law Offices of Schlossberg & Umholtz, where his practice consists of defending workers’ compensation claims in the Corporate Office, headquartered in Orange County. Mr. Umholtz began his career in claims working first as a claims examiner and later being promoted to supervisor, where he created the special investigation unit for his employer. His practice focuses on defending self-insured employers, insurance companies, Third-Party Administrators and municipalities against workers’ compensation claims. He is dedicated entirely to California workers’ compensation claims, including Labor Code Section 132a, and serious and willful complaints. Mr. Umholtz speaks extensively to employers and provides training to claims administrators on many current topics in workers compensation.
Allison Seghetti attended Western Oregon University and majored in Criminal Justice. She served as a police officer in Oregon for 5 years before making the decision to attend law school at Western State School of Law in Southern California. Ms. Seghetti works an associate attorney at Schlossberg & Umholtz. Her prior experience as a police officer provides her with a unique and aggressive approach to her cases.
||This program has been approved for 1.25 Professional Development Credits (PDCs), towards SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP, through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
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Online registration closes on Monday, April 9, 2018 at 8:00pm. Registrations after this date will only be taken onsite.
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