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Workers’ Comp Claims: Traversing the Process

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Fillmore Spencer Workers’ Compensation Claims expert, Mark D. Dodd will be leading our monthly CLE discussion on the process and procedures of Worker’s Comp claims.

All  Utah attorneys are invited for free lunch and CLE Credit.

Friday, May 26th at Noon 

Join us at our Provo office for the CLE presentation and lunch on us, or via Zoom.

Fillmore Spencer’s Provo Office
3301 N. University Ave.
Provo, UT 84604

Mark Dodd received a BA degree from Brigham Young University in 2003 and Juris Doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2006.

Mark began in general practice and gained experience in many areas of the law, spending most of his time in courtroom litigation. He then worked with different tribal and state government entities in Kansas where he served as general counsel for the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, executive director of the Kansas State Gaming Agency and executive director of Native American Affairs in the Kansas Governor’s Office. Although he gained great experience in government, Mark missed representing individuals and helping people directly, so he returned to private practice.

Mark chooses to work with clients who have been injured through no fault of their own. He chose to join Fillmore Spencer because the firm focuses on helping individuals. Mark feels the most satisfying part of his practice is helping people who have been hurt and are being taken advantage of by insurance companies, businesses, and irresponsible individuals. He focuses his representation on clients seriously injured in personal injury and workers’ compensation cases in Utah as well as employment issues.

Dodd Mark 068 Copy Scaled 1 Bill FillmoreMark Dodd received a BA degree from Brigham Young University in 2003 and Juris Doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2006.

Mark began in general practice and gained experience in many areas of the law, spending most of his time in courtroom litigation. He then worked with different tribal and state government entities in Kansas where he served as general counsel for the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, executive director of the Kansas State Gaming Agency and executive director of Native American Affairs in the Kansas Governor’s Office. Although he gained great experience in government, Mark missed representing individuals and helping people directly, so he returned to private practice.

Mark chooses to work with clients who have been injured through no fault of their own. He chose to join Fillmore Spencer because the firm focuses on helping individuals. Mark feels the most satisfying part of his practice is helping people who have been hurt and are being taken advantage of by insurance companies, businesses, and irresponsible individuals. He focuses his representation on clients seriously injured in personal injury and workers’ compensation cases in Utah as well as employment issues.

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