The 2019-2020 executive committee appointment marks Attorney Moller’s 22nd consecutive year serving in a role he first undertook in 1997.
“This section aims to organize the members of the CBA who are workers’ compensation practitioners and to educate all members of the Bar from all sides at all levels of expertise as to workers’ compensation law,” the CBA website explains. “Furthermore, the section attempts to provide services to organizations other than the CBA when those organizations are involved in the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation system. The section works with all levels of government in an effort to improve the system. The Executive Committee will take positions on pending legislation where appropriate. It will work through committees on various issues that arise in the practice such as amicus briefs, creating new and exciting continuing legal education, and producing our publication Compensation Quarterly. The committee works with the Commission giving feedback on issues affecting day-to-day practice of the parties that appear before the Commission as they arise. The section consists of members who represent injured workers, employers and insurers, as well as the State of Connecticut and the Second Injury Fund.”
Long and Deep Experience with Workers’ Comp
Attorney Moller has written extensively for the Compensation Quarterly, and lectures on Workers’ Compensation issues for the CBA, Sterling Education Services, and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.
Attorney Moller recently secured a $398,910.96 Workers’ Comp settlement for the benefit of a 55-year-old tool and die maker who suffered a right knee injury, as well as a settlement totaling $151,500 for a young husband and wife who were involved in a motor vehicle accident while traveling in Litchfield with their two young children in the vehicle.
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In one of his notable 2018 results, Attorney Moller settled a Workers’ Compensation claim for $500,000 on behalf of a 60-year-old client he has represented for 11 years. Attorney Moller had already successfully obtained numerous surgical procedures in the case, and in addition to the settlement he also secured a Workers’ Compensation Set-Aside Arrangement (WCMSA) involving other funds that will pay for work related injuries for the remainder of the client’s life.
Also last year, Attorney Moller secured a $450,000 mediation settlement in a motor-vehicle-accident case, going up against a major insurer known for fighting hard to avoid such settlements.
About Attorney Moller
Based on broad knowledge, experience and a determination to uncover and address every important detail, Attorney Moller passionately takes on complex cases within his primary practice areas of Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, and Premises Liability.
An authority on physical impairment ratings, Attorney Moller often handles Workers’ Compensation cases with complicated medical issues, in which he presents comprehensive and sophisticated claims on behalf of injured parties. Important to Attorney Moller’s success in achieving the best outcomes is his knowledge of the State of Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission and his relationships with those involved in the administration of claims.
About Cramer & Anderson
The firm’s team of attorneys dedicated to representing injured workers on Workers’ Comp issues and cases also includes Attorneys Scott McCarthy and Ken Taylor in the New Milford office, Attorneys Chris Sochacki and Kent Mancini in the Litchfield office, and Attorney Jennifer Collins in the Danbury office. Attorney Lisa Rivas, also of the Danbury office, handles workers’ comp issues for Spanish speaking clients.
In addition to the flagship office on the Green in New Milford and the Litchfield and Danbury offices, Cramer & Anderson has offices in Kent, Washington Depot, and Ridgefield. For more information, see the website at crameranderson.com or call the New Milford office at (860) 355-2631.