A New Orleans native, Tim graduated from Brother Martin High School before attending Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. While in college, Tim was a member of the LSU Lacrosse team and President of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law International, a pre-law fraternity. Tim graduated from LSU with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts after majoring in History and minoring in Political Science. Immediately after graduation, Tim began studying at the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center and graduated with a Juris
Washington & Lee University, B.A. (1988); Paul M. Hebert Law Center, LSU, Juris Doctor (1992); Member: Louisiana State Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section; Persons with Disabilities section; Baton Rouge Bar Association; Notary Public, Jefferson and Orleans Parishes; Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG). Admitted to Practice: Louisiana Supreme Court (1992); USDC Eastern District (1993); Western and Central Districts (1996); United States 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
Mr. Fitzpatrick was born and raised in New Orleans. He is a graduate of Jesuit High School and Louisiana State University. He received his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University School of Law New Orleans in 2005. After graduating from law school, Corey worked for a large law firm where he focused on the handling of workers’ compensation claims under the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Act and Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act.
Corey began working at the firm in 2008 and
Suzette Tagesen Murphy grew up in LaPlace, Louisiana. She earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of New Orleans and her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University School of Law New Orleans. After graduating from law school, Suzette began handling state and federal workers’ compensation claims as well as Social Security Disability claims. Suzette understands how difficult and frustrating it is for someone who is injured or disabled, and she makes sure that her clients fully understand
James “Brad” Dill grew up in rural Washington Parish before moving to New Orleans in 1994 to attend Tulane University from whence he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Psychology with a minor in Political Science concentrating in International Relations. After graduation, Brad worked in construction before starting a career with the State of Louisiana as a Probation and Parole Field Agent. After working for the State for over ten years, Brad started law school at Loyola
Greg Hubachek has practiced in the field of workers’ compensation for three (3) decades. From 2009 through 2016, Hubachek served on the governor’s Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council as an “at-large” appointment. In his role on the WCAC, Hubachek sought to preserve fairness in the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Act. Hubachek has published articles relative to workers’ compensation in Lex and Verum the newsletter of The National Association of Workers’ Compensation Judiciary,
Mrs. Ferraro recently joined the Social Security Disability Section of Workers’ Compensation, LLC. She is admitted to practice in front of the Supreme Court of Louisiana and the United States District Court (Eastern and Middle Districts of Louisiana). Mrs. Ferraro was born in Italy where she was educated through the parochial schools as a child and once presented a bouquet of flowers to Pope John Paul II. She obtained her legal degree overseas from the University of Padua, Italy (1992). The
He owns and operates Charles Davoli, LLC, workers compensation mediation, consultation and training services. As a mediator, he has mediated over 800 workers comp. related cases and he periodically provides reports in Louisiana of jurisprudential, legislative and policy developments.
Chuck, as a former union steelworker, has served as a labor representative for the past 12 years and is currently Vice-Chairman on the Louisiana Governor's Workers Compensation Advisory