Seminar | Challenges Employers Face with Missouri Workers' Compensation Changes


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Event Information

Start TimeFriday, November 22, 201910:00 AM CDTEnd TimeFriday, November 22, 201912:00 PM CDT
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St. Louis, Missouri
Please RSVP by October 15th

About this Seminar 

As part of our ongoing commitment to excellence, and the education of our clients, J.W. Terrill is pleased to announce an upcoming workers’ compensation seminar for our valued partners.  The Claim and Safety department at J.W. Terrill ask that you mark your calendars to attend our November 22, 2019 two-hour seminar with Chris Archer of Archer & Lassa LLC. Chris is always very informative and entertaining when discussing the current environment of Missouri Workers’ Compensation claims. He will discuss the latest trends from the Commission, Court of Appeals, and Missouri Supreme Court and how they may impact the outcome of your pending Workers' Compensation claims. 

As a defense attorney Chris understands the employer’s concerns about controlling Workers' Compensation costs. His insight will help you in your daily handling of claims and interaction with your adjusters when discussing claims management and compensability on those challenging or unusual claims.

Feel free to submit questions for Chris when you RSVP.

Due to limited seating, please RSVP by 10/15/19 with a maximum of two attendees per client. We look forward to seeing you at the seminar.

Time and Location

Friday November, 22, 2019

J.W. Terrill a Marsh & McLennan Agency
825 Maryville Centre Drive, Suite 100
St. Louis, Missouri 63017


Chris Archer, Attorney at Archer & Lassa LLC

Chris Archer graduated from Washington University with a BSBA and from St. Louis University School of Law in 1990. He has served as in house staff attorney for Wausau Insurance Company as well as staff counsel for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. He opened his own defense firm in January of 1998 providing legal representation as well as education for employers, third party administrators, as well as insurers in the area of workers’ compensation.

He is a contributing editor/author of the Missouri Bar's lawyer desk reference book on Missouri workers' compensation, and author of the Missouri Bar's monthly Courts and CLE Bulletin published statewide. He is a perennial speaker at the DWC annual seminar and has been a past speaker at the Missouri Bar's advanced workers’ compensation annual seminar, for the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and for the Missouri Self-Insured Association.