Fort Lauderdale Partner to Speak at 2021 CLM Claims College
Fort Lauderdale partner David S. Gold will speak at the 2021 CLM Claims College School of Workers’ Compensation on Thursday, September 9. David’s level 2 lecture, “Medical Terminology and How to Interpret Medical Reports”, will summarize medical terminology that is most commonly used by treating physicians. He also will discuss practical tips to assist when interpreting a medical report and the impact when defending a claim.
This will be David’s fifth time presenting at the CLM Claims College, and his first year speaking at the level 2 School of Workers’ Compensation. The CLM Claims College program offers three levels of courses that provide students with a Certiﬁed Claims Professional (CCP) designation, and/or a Certiﬁcate of Completion. Each course is taught by professionals with real-world experience that substantiate their theories. Level 1 courses are taught to attendees virtually; however, level 2 and 3 courses are in-person sessions and, this year, held in Baltimore.
The CLM Claims College School of Workers’ Compensation is designed for professionals currently working in workers’ compensation or who are interested in pursuing a career in the field. The School’s curriculum includes core competencies for the claims professional, to more advanced topics for professionals in significant leadership roles. Upon successful completion of all three levels, Claims College alumni earn a Certified Claims Professional (CCP) in Workers’ Compensation designation.
David concentrates his practice exclusively on workers’ compensation defense and subrogation claims and has extensive experience defending all manner of cases—from routine injuries to complex matters to claims for permanent total disability. He is an appointed faculty member for the Claims College School of Workers’ Compensation where he is a frequent lecturer. David also is accredited by the Florida Department of Insurance to provide CEU courses for adjusters.
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