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Ken is a founding partner and the managing partner of Ken David & Associates, LLC . Since 1993, he has concentrated his practice in workers’ compensation on behalf of employers, both big and small, and their insurance companies/third party administrators. He also handles employment issues related to workplace accidents including OSHA and the ADA. Recently, he has extended his practice to include federal workers’ compensation, including the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), the Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act (NFIA) and the Defense Base Act (DBA).

Ken has authored a workers’ compensation manual entitled Employer’s Guide to Workers’ Compensation Claims in Georgia. He also has prepared a comprehensive step by step analysis of multiple scenarios for addressing Medicare issues in workers’ compensation including Medicare Set-Aside Allocations (MSAs) and conditional payments. In October 2010 he spoke on this topic at the annual seminar for workers’ compensation lawyers in St. Simons. He is currently developing a worksheet for clients to use in calculating death benefits for dependents.

Ken is a regular speaker at continuing education seminars for lawyers and workers’ compensation professionals as well as chambers of commerce events. He is a mentor within the RIMS Student Mentor Program working with Georgia State undergraduates who are interested in careers in risk management and insurance. He is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Atlanta Claims Association.

Ken received his B.A. degree with Honors from Brown University in 1990. He earned his law degree from Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1993.

Recent Articles from Kenneth A. David

SSDI/Medicare Status – A Quick and Easy Way to Verify

by Kenneth A. David, Esq.

Want to know if a claimant has applied for SSDI or is Medicare eligible?  It is now a simple process in which you do not need a vendor or even authorizations […]

Why Can’t I Close This Claim? Strategies for Taking Action on the Most Challenging Files

by Kenneth A. David, Esq.

It’s the end of the year and the same “old dog” file you have had for many years just won’t go away. It’s not for a lack of effort. No matter […]