Robert M. Trivisonno
Robert (Bob) Trivisonno received his Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Cleveland State University in 1990 and became a certified paralegal in 1993. He joined Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy in April 2002.
As administrator of the workers’ compensation department, he is responsible for the staff and overall performance of the department.
Bob brings a well-rounded knowledge of claims, underwriting, and actuarial analysis in workers’ compensation cases. He previously managed his own workers’ compensation consulting practice, where he worked with the employer and defense side of cases. Bob’s experience in these areas helps him determine claim values and their impact on workers’ compensation risk exposure.
- Cleveland State University, B.B.A.,1997
- Miami-Jacobs Career College, Certified Paralegal, 1988
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Teaching and Lectures:
- Advanced Ohio workers’ compensation Seminar — A detailed discussion of the ramifications surrounding Social Security Disability and workers’ compensation benefits when settling workers’ compensation cases. Exploration of how these benefits interact and how to correctly allocate and address these so as to protect all parties when settlement of workers’ compensation cases is contemplated in light of required Medicare Set-Asides.