An Essay By Thomas Gagne Immense harm is caused by the belief that work is virtuous. – Bertrand Russell Know Thyself. – Delphic Maxim The idea of work caught my imagination the other day. Not work in the sense of preparing for a deposition, or some such, but the idea of work. And in the[…]
Credit Hours: 1.098 MCLE credits In this presentation Thomas Gagné, esquire will explore: How to efficiently dissect medical records in tort and Workers’ Compensation Claims to quickly and thoroughly extract the medical evidence you need; How physicians think, some aspects are professional cognition in general, and employing is this knowledge to your advantage; You’re wrong![…]
Credit hours: 1 MCLE credit Join Thomas Gagné for a thorough and practical presentation on litigation and hearing strategies for Workers’ Compensation and other administrative hearings. Tom is an experienced litigator and a powerful teacher who will provide you with the kind of user-friendly hearing preparation that will help you win your next Workers’ Compensation[…]
Credits hours: 1.48 MCLE credits Thomas Gagné provides keen insights and guidance on how Cross examination can be your most effective weapon at trial or your most dangerous adversary.
Credit Hours: 1.18 MCLE credits Join Thomas Gagné on winning strategies and tips in workers compensation practice. Thomas will provide with their potato guidance and answer the following questions for you and your clients on: The importance of the initial intake. To develop a case very early on in the process Getting unauthorized medical bills[…]
Credit Hours: 1 MCLE credit Tom Gagné’s how long presentation focuses on claimants attorneys with at least three years experience litigating negligence and workers compensation claims. new attorneys should not miss out on this valuable information!
Many people think that hiring an attorney is synonymous with filing a lawsuit and then ultimately taking the case to trial. Nothing can be further from the truth. This impression is created by the media, in shows like Law and Order, where the crime is investigated, the criminal arrested, and the jury delivers its verdict[…]
Negligence is a legal concept, a subcategory of the larger legal concept of “torts.” Torts is one of the pillars of remedial law, along with criminal law and contracts, i.e., a law which lays out the process of securing a remedy for an alleged wrong. For example, in contract law, if a contracting party reneges[…]
I was in a car wreck and the insurance company sent me some money for my property damage and pain and suffering, but I still have more medical bills, and my car still does not run right. What can I do? This is a common question asked by prospective clients. The short answer is: it[…]
Workplace injuries are extremely common, so, first of all, don’t feel you’re “odd” or a “special case.” Employers know that workplace injuries are a business risk. That’s why most employers carry workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance works pretty much the same way as other insurance policies. The employer, whether it’s a big corporation or[…]