Jennifer Morris Jones led a “North Carolina Legislative Update” webinar on Oct. 3. The webinar, which was offered through WorkCompCentral, examined the importance of determining whether a worker’s compensation claim may be ripe for an extended compensation petition pursuant to N.C.G.S. INSERT SECTION SYMBOL 97-29(c), as well as key considerations and potential strategies for pursuing or challenging petitions for extended compensation.
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law) today announced that Zachary S. Anstett has joined the firm’s Raleigh office as an associate attorney in the firm’s Workers’ Compensation Practice Group.
Jerri Simmons was recently elected to serve on the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys(NCADA) Board of Directors. Jerri was sworn in during the NCADA Annual Meeting which was held June 13-16 in Asheville.
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law) today announced that Karen Sherrill has joined its Wilmington office as a paralegal.
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law) today announced that it has entered into a collaborative partnership with the Workers’ Compensation Defense Institute (WCDI) to present about North Carolina laws and trends at the organization’s upcoming events and conferences. During the WCDI-sponsored Multi-State Day breakout at the WCI Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference, CSH Law will present […]
On Nov. 30, Amy Pfeiffer served as a presenter for “The Assembly Line of Workers’ Compensation (2018 Basics of Workers’ Compensation Program)” at the North Carolina Bar Center in Cary. She presented on the topic of “Is it Compensable? Injury by Accident and Occupational Disease Claims.” The conference was planned by the North Carolina Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Section and covered the fundamental steps of a typical workers’ compensation claim.
Katelyn Babson, an attorney based in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, recently planned and implemented an event for the Triangle Chapter of the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation (AWWC).
Jerri Simmons, a partner in the Charlotte office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, was recently appointed to serve as Workers’ Compensation Section Chair of the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys.
On Aug. 18, Jennifer Morris Jones joined attendees of the WCI 2018 conference for the 2018 WCI Give Kids the World Service Day. Give Kids The World Village is an 84-acre, nonprofit resort in Central Florida that provides week-long, cost-free vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.
On Aug. 21, Jennifer Morris Jones will moderate a panel discussion at the WCI 2018 Conference in Orlando. The one-hour panel discussion begins at 10 a.m. and will focus on “New Waves In Medical Treatment: Perspectives On Challenges And Out-Of-The Box Approaches To Management Of Opioids, Marijuana And Telemedicine In Workers’ Compensation Claims.” The panel will discuss […]
The 2018 Fall Seminar: Workers’ Compensation and General Liability Law Update by Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP will be held Thursday, November 1st at the McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing Education.
Katelyn Babson, an attorney based in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, recently planned and implemented the inaugural event for the Triangle Chapter of the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation(AWWC).
Katelyn Babson, an attorney in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, was recently nominated to serve as the Ambassador for the Triangle Chapter of the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation (AWWC). She was appointed to the position in April 2018.
Jennifer Morris Jones, a partner in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, has been appointed to the position of Vice Chair of the Technology Subcommittee for DRI’s Women in the Law Committee. Her term began in December 2017.
Jerri Simmons, an attorney in the Charlotte office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law), recently completed training for Mediator Certification and is now classified as a Certified Mediator with the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission.