Kansas Workers Compensation Online Training Series and Exam
Updated 2009 Release
A comprehensive overview in nearly two hours of the Kansas Workers Compensation Act including administrative procedure, notice requirements, average weekly wage computation and caps, scheduled and unscheduled injuries, medical compensation, and penalties for noncompliance. You will also cover some of the more specifically litigated issues in Kansas Workers Compensation law such as occupational diseases and repetitive-use injuries, heart conditions, preexisting conditions, burdens of proof, and statutory defenses
2 hours of audio and visual instruction!
Kansas Workers Compensation Insurance System Overview
Learn the ins and outs of how insurance companies operate in Kansas. This module covers the technical aspects of insurance in Kansas including how insurance underwriters determine the premium employers pay and what factors drive up the cost of a workers’ compensation insurance policy.
Module 1: Overview of the Kansas Workers Compensation Legal System
This module provides a broad understanding of the Kansas Workers Compensation Act including employee and employer status, covered injuries, occupational diseases and calculating benefits. Uncover the various rules on employee and employer notice requirements, subrogation rights and time limitations, and penalties for noncompliance. You will also learn the basic administrative procedures, including the process for preliminary hearings, regular hearings, and appeals, as well as learn where to locate the approved medical fee schedule and certain required forms.
Legal Module 2: Key Legal Issues in Kansas Workers Compensation – Part I
In this module, you will learn some of the more specific and common issues litigated in Kansas Workers Compensation cases including whether an injury “arises out of and in the course of employment,” compensability of preexisting conditions (including idiopathic injuries), calculating the date of accident in repetitive-use injury cases, occupational diseases, and disability compensation.
Legal Module 3: Key Legal Issues in Kansas Workers Compensation – Part II
In Kansas, employers have various defenses available to a worker’s allegations of a compensable claim. This module provides an examination of certain statutory defenses including an employee’s willful failure to use safety equipment and an employee’s use of alcohol or drugs. This module will also examine rules regarding the admissibility of evidence in Kansas Worker’s Compensation proceedings.
Legal Module 4: Updates and Trends - The Kansas Workers’ Compensation Update
This live or recorded Webinar provides updated information on new Kansas Supreme Court cases, Kansas Board of Appeals decisions and relevant legislative changes. You can choose to attend the annual live session or view a recorded version at a more convenient date throughout the year to complete your IAWCS designation or keep it up-to-date.
One exam is included in the Kansas Workers' Compensation Series. It consists of 50 questions with a 90 minute time period.
You must first take the Kansas Workers' Compensation Series training modules before taking this exam. You will have one attempt to pass this exam. The pass mark is 75%.
Our Attorney Partners:
McAnany, Van Cleave & Phillips is the preeminent law firm in workers’ compensation defense, practicing in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, and Arkansas. Located in Kansas City, Kansas, since 1901, the firm also has offices in Roeland Park, Kansas, St. Louis and Springfield, Missouri. Although workers’ compensation defense is a high-volume, fast-paced field, we ensure that in every case each employer and insured’s matter is handled promptly, efficiently, and effectively. We represent large corporations, governmental entities, educational institutions, small businesses, and insurance companies in all aspects of workers’ compensation defense. For more information call (913) 371-3838 or visit the firm’s website at www.mvplaw
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