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Are You Headed to Court?

Are You Headed to Court?

Are You Headed to Court? Stop … collect your thoughts Look … at your insurance policy Listen … to the experts Social workers receive a subpoena many times during their career. Sometimes many in one year. Legal defense and advisory costs for one...
Report Early, Report Often

Report Early, Report Often

Report Court and Licensing Board Matters to Your Professional Liability Insurance Carrier Immediately As many social workers understand from experience, it is common to be subpoenaed to provide evidence or testimony related to client records, or to receive complaints...
Are You Headed to Court?

What to Expect in the Courtroom

What To Expect in the Courtroom As many know, it is common for social workers to be asked to testify on behalf of clients related to divorce trials, custody hearings, child placements, and other matters. Social workers also sometimes find themselves in the unfortunate...
Being a Witness

Being a Witness

Being a Witness and Providing Sworn Testimony Every day, social workers are called on to testify on behalf of clients related to divorce trials, custody hearings, child placements, and other matters. Whether it’s your first or hundredth time, it’s never easy and being...
Responding to a Subpoena

Responding to a Subpoena

Responding to a Subpoena–What You Need to Know ✓Involve your Professional Liability Insurance provider first before initiating any steps. ✓Identify who issued the legal document as soon as you receive a subpoena. If the subpoena is issued by a court, it is a court...