Dealing with Subrogation Issues

Published by Minnesota Association for Justice


Dealing with Subrogation Issues
MAJ Center for Legal Education
706 Second Ave S, Suite 140
Minneapolis, MN
Original Program 4/30/2019 # 272804

Duration: 300 Minutes

60 Minutes
Medical Assistance
Isaac I. Tyroler, Sand Law, LLC

30 Minutes
No-Fault Subrogation/Indemnity
John J. Gores, Gores Law Office

60 Minutes
ERISA Subrogation
Markus Yira, Yira Law, Ltd.

60 Minutes
Workers' Compensation/Effective Use of Henning Hearings
Michael L. Weiner, Yaeger & Weiner, PLC

60 Minutes
Anuradha Chudasama, Harper & Peterson, PLLC

30 Minutes
Panel Discussion
Anuradha Chudasama, Harper & Peterson, PLLC
John J. Gores, Gores Law Office
Michael L. Weiner, Yaeger & Weiner, PLC
Markus Yira, Yira Law, Ltd.

Isaac Tyroler
Isaac Tyroler joined Sand Law as a partner in February 2018. Isaac’s practice includes motor vehicle and semi-truck crashes, dog bites, premises liability, wrongful death, product liability, and workers’ compensation. He has tried numerous cases and...More
John Gores
John Gores received his B.A. summa sum laude from the University of Minnesota in 1989 and his J.D. cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1992. John is a member of the Minnesota Association for Justice and currently a member of the...More
Markus Yira
Markus C. Yira is a Hutchinson, Minnesota attorney specializing in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death litigation. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hamline University and William Mitchell College of Law. Mark is a MSBA Board Certified...More
Michael Weiner
Michael L. Weiner is a partner in the Minneapolis law firm of Yaeger and Weiner, PLC., practicing in the area of personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, and the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA). He received his Bachelor’s degree...More
Anu Chudasama
Anu Chudasama is a catastrophic injury lawyer at Harper & Peterson, PLLC, primarily handling cases in the areas of medical malpractice, vehicular collisions, wrongful death, premises liability, and products liability. Anu attended the University of...More

Originally Published

April 30, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Dealing with Subrogation Issues
  • Dealing with Subrogation Issues - Paper

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