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Join Us For Lunch
Wednesday, February 8
Controlling Your Risks in 2017
The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Your
Workers Compensation and Increasing Profits for 2017

There have been a number of changes to how employers can handle employee injuries for 2017.  There is often a mystery surrounding how employers can and should manage their worker's compensation costs.  Many employers are afraid to act because they don't know what they can and should do to reduce claims and costs.  Worker's compensation insurance rates can reduce or eliminate a business's profitability.  

At this luncheon, these and other issues will be presented.  You will receive practical ways to address these issues as well as how to influence your future insurance premiums.

Here are some of the employer questions that will be answered:
  • What does my employer's Experience Modification Factor mean to my costs of doing business?
  • How do workplace injuries affect my premiums?
  • Why are the first 48 hours of an injury a critical time to treat a workplace injury?
  • I hear the media speak about business use of "big data" in their marketing efforts. How are insurance companies using these methods and if so, what affect will they have on my organization?
  • Can and should I conduct a workplace investigation after an injury?  
  • Can I drug test an employee after an injury or accident?
  • What is first aide and how is it treated?  
  • Can I have an incentive plan to promote safety in the workplace?
Who should attend? HR professionals, CFOs, business owners, safety consultants, and those involved in the workers' compensation insurance process in your organization.


Wednesday, February 8, 2017 

11:00 am - 11:30 am
Registration & Lunch (Sandwich bar, salad & drinks provided)
11:30 am - 1:00 pm -

*HRCI credit approval pending
Weintraub Tobin Chediak Coleman Grodin Law Corporation
400 Capitol Mall, 11th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

2 hours of free parking when you park in The Wells Fargo Building

Bring your ticket stub to the meeting for validation.

Payment Details:
Members: $30.00 in advance (By Feb 6)/$40.00 at the door

Non-members: $50.00 in advance (By Feb 6)/$60.00 at the door

Students:  $15.00 in advance (By Feb 6)/$25.00 at the door

**Cancellation/No Show: Reservations cancelled less than 72 hrs in advance and/or no show will be billed the entire amount.

More Details and Registration Info Here
Our Speakers
Erica Rosasco
Erica Rosasco 
Erica Rosasco is a shareholder at McKague Rosasco PC in Rocklin, California.  She has received an "AV® Preeminent™" Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest rating available from Martindale-Hubbell, the leading independent attorney rating entity.  She also was just named this year as a Super Lawyer's Northern California Rising Star, Sacramento Magazine's 2016 Top Lawyers in Sacramento and a Who's Who Top Attorney for 2016.  Her clients sing her praises resulting in Ms. Rosasco receiving Avvo's Client's Choice award for 2015 and a "superb" attorney rating.  

Ms. Rosasco represents employers, businesses, non-profits, homeowner associations, railroads and insurance carriers in all aspects of civil and employment litigation. Ms. Rosasco practices in the areas of employment law, sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, ADA defense, wage and hour disputes, wage and hour class actions, business disputes, defamation, and breach of contract actions.  She also provides advice and counsel to employers and businesses to avoid the high cost of litigation.  

She is a frequent speaker on labor and employment trends, litigation avoidance and provides training on sexual harassment and discrimination.  

Ms. Rosasco is admitted to practice before the courts of the State of California, all Federal District Courts of California and before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.
She obtained her Juris Doctor degree with a concentration in Trial Advocacy from the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2002, and graduated with distinction. Ms. Rosasco was also admitted for membership in the Traynor Honor Society. While at McGeorge, Ms. Rosasco served as a Production Editor and Staff Writer for the McGeorge Law Review. She was also a member of the Woman's Caucus and Phi Alpha Delta.

Ms. Rosasco is from a cattle ranching family and grew up in the central valley.  She is a married mother of one active second grader.  In her spare time, she enjoys wine tasting, working out with a dynamic group of friends, reading, cooking and gardening.    

Tom Bone
Employers hire Tom Bone to help them manage the RisksNThreats that can prevent them from reaching their financial goals and objectives.

Tom has specialized training in workers' compensation and risk management and is a licensed insurance broker. He holds the designation of Professional WorkComp Advisor and One Responsible Source Advisor, confirming Tom's ability to properly analyze and coordinate risk management and insurance programs that a well-run organization would need.

With Tom's keen understanding of owners' and managers' responsibilities, he is an advocate for transparency and openly shares his knowledge and experience to help employers avoid the daily known and unknown issues facing decision makers. Tom strongly believes that before recommendations can be made to control RisksNThreats, an assessment must be conducted of the organization's operations, as well as, a review of their current risk management and insurance programs. An overall review and analysis will provide a clear and accurate picture of how the RisksNThreats are being managed, and by whom, so that practical solutions be implemented and measured for success.

Tom's openness is further expressed through "how to and why seminars" he holds for employers and their staffs.  His weekly radio shows were also an extension of his belief that employers need to know what they don't know, so they can avoid events that can hurt their personal assets, employees and the organizations they manage.  As host, Tom interviewed guests on topics that would lower employer costs and save them time, while making their jobs easier.  

You can read Tom's blog for timely information and his best practices guides at 

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