Jason D. Guinasso, Attorney
Mr. Guinasso is an advocate for employers, insurers and third party administrators. His practice focuses almost exclusively on employment and labor law with an emphasis on workers' compensation advice and litigation. He assists his clients with the development and implementation of sound strategies for claims administration by working closely with claims examiners and employer representatives. Mr. Guinasso strives to help each of his clients resolve workers' compensation claims quickly and economically, while at the same time positioning them for successful outcomes in the event that litigation becomes necessary. He has handled hundreds of cases that have examined a wide variety of issues. He regularly appears before workers' compensation administrative Hearing Officers and Appeals Officers. Additionally, he has maintained a significant appellate practice, which has included preparation of petitions for judicial review of administrative decisions, extraordinary writs, and appeals to the Nevada Supreme Court. Mr. Guinasso also advises his clients on workplace safety, investigations, employee discipline, and employee handbooks and policies and counsels his clients on the interaction of workers' compensation laws with state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination due to disability and/or laws mandating medical leaves of absence. Mr. Guinasso teaches focused courses, lectures at seminars and provides training to managers, claims examiners and lawyers on a broad range of employment-related subjects.
SERVICE, EXPERIENCE AND CAPABILITY
WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW
HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT
DISCRIMINATION AND WRONGFUL TERMINATION
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