Erin A. Thompson

Erin A. Thompson

Paralegal
ethompson@lcrlaw.com

Erin works primarily with the Workers’ Compensation group.

She assists clients through all phases of the Workers’ Compensation process, from the initial consultation, through medical treatment, permanency and settlement.  She works with the attorney in drafting and filing pleadings, obtaining and reviewing medical records, preparing medical evaluation packets and drafting settlement documents.  She communicates with clients, counsel and adjusters to help resolve any medical treatment issues that may arise.

Since 2015, Erin has been a Member of the Board of Trustees of the non-profit organization, Mt. Olive Child Care & Learning Center.  She has been the Secretary of the Board of Trustees since 2016.  In her free time, she enjoys volunteering at pet microchipping clinics sponsored by the non-profit organization, NJ Strays, reading and spoiling her two dogs.

EDUCATION

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Paralegal Certificate, ABA Approved Paralegal Studies Program



Erin A. Thompson

Paralegal
ethompson@lcrlaw.com

Erin works primarily with the Workers’ Compensation group.

She assists clients through all phases of the Workers’ Compensation process, from the initial consultation, through medical treatment, permanency and settlement.  She works with the attorney in drafting and filing pleadings, obtaining and reviewing medical records, preparing medical evaluation packets and drafting settlement documents.  She communicates with clients, counsel and adjusters to help resolve any medical treatment issues that may arise.

Since 2015, Erin has been a Member of the Board of Trustees of the non-profit organization, Mt. Olive Child Care & Learning Center.  She has been the Secretary of the Board of Trustees since 2016.  In her free time, she enjoys volunteering at pet microchipping clinics sponsored by the non-profit organization, NJ Strays, reading and spoiling her two dogs.

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