Exciting Training Opportunity: Building a Content Expert & Consulting Practice
Labor law attorneys across the United States are looking for skilled work evaluators to critically review reports and test protocols generated by clinicians who perform functional capacity evaluation and post-offer services. The demand for this pre-deposition or pre-cross examination service is being driven by opportunities for negotiated settlements or litigation under the amended Americans with Disabilities Act. This area of activity is predicted to expand for the coming decade.
Roy Matheson’s “Building a Content Expert and Consulting Practice” will prepare you to become the “go to” expert in your region.
Instructors: Roy Matheson, Min Trevor Kyi, Dr. Leonard Matheson & William McClure
- Separate best practice testing arguments from court accepted evaluation practices
- Arrange a list of evaluation errors according to legal priority
- Compose a written pre-deposition analysis of a functional capacity evaluation report and a post-offer testing protocol
- Explain a battery of evaluation-controlled actions central to recent federal court cases
- Understand the content expert’s role in the progression of service, complaint, suit, deposition, trial, and resolution
- Become familiar with a standardized method of analyzing a functional capacity evaluation report and a post-offer testing protocol
- Prepare a written dissection of a post-offer testing package
- Recognize and be able to recite each of the evaluator-controlled
- elements central to recent federal court decisions regarding work evaluations
- Analyze documents such as a medical history questionnaire against the restrictions of the Americans with Disability Act Amendments Act
- Prepare an attorney for deposition or cross-exemption of a work evaluation
- Compose a list of reference materials for the requesting attorney
- Conduct a pre-deposition or pre-trial meeting with the requesting attorney
- Perform background credentialing research
- Clinical protocols are based upon research and a best-practices approach
- Understand the process of building long-lasting relationships with both plaintiff and defense attorneys
This course is only for experienced evaluators. You must have taken an in-person Matheson training course within the last 8 years to qualify for this training. Please contact the Matheson office at email@example.com if you have questions about your eligibility.
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Written by Industrial Health, a specialized Workers’ Compensation therapy center which services Northern Virginia , Sterling , Loudoun , Fairfax , Dulles , Chantilly , Leesburg , Ashburn , Herndon , Reston , Centreville ; and offers programs including Physical Therapy , Functional Capacity Evaluations ( FCE ) , Work Hardening , Work Conditioning , Work Simulation , Impairment Rating , Permanent Partial Disability Rating