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Antony Gluck
Distinguished Lawyer
Workers Compensation Law

225 W Hospitality Ln, San Bernardino, CA 92408, USA


Madison Adams
Charter Member
Workers Compensation Law

1 Mid Rivers Mall Dr, St Peters, MO 63376


Madison focuses her practice on Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury/Auto Accidents. She is perhaps the most detail-oriented, organized attorney in the state. Madison is also well-known for her quick response time and regular communications with clients – an invaluable asset to any client. Madison received a full scholarship to the prestigious Delaware School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. While in attendance she was given the highly competitive position of Teaching Assistant for Federal Income Tax due to her impressive performance in the tax courses at her law school. She also interned for the Delaware Supreme Court Office of Disciplinary Counsel, and additionally was selected as the Chief Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Judge Corson of the New Jersey Superior Court, where she worked on child abuse and neglect cases. Madison is licensed to practice in all Missouri state courts and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. She is a member of The Missouri Bar, the Hispanic Law Association of St. Louis, and the J. Reuben Clark Law Society.

Erica Alfaro
Charter Member
Workers Compensation Law

6581 Alexandrite Ct, Mira Loma, CA 91752, USA


Erica Alfaro is Staff Counsel at State Compensation Insurance Fund where she practices workers compensation law defending state agencies. She obtained her undergraduate and legal education at the University of California, Davis. Erica has been active in the Riverside County Bar Association for several years. She most recently served as President of the Barristers, the new and young attorney section of the RCBA, and was instrumental in reviving the organization. As Barristers President, Erica helped establish the Annual Judicial Reception. For the past two years, Erica has served as a board member for Inland County Legal services which is a nonprofit organization providing legal services to low-income individuals residing in the Inland Empire. She is a member of the Leo A. Deegan American Inn of Court. Erica previously served as a volunteer attorney at Inland Empire Latino Lawyers (IELLA) and is a past participant of the RCBA New Attorney Academy.

Amity Arscott
Charter Member
Workers Compensation Law

118 Poquonnock Rd, Groton, CT 06340, USA


Amity is the managing partner of Embry Neusner Arscott & Shafner, LLC in Groton, Connecticut. She is part of the firm’s occupational disease and toxic torts department. She handles workers’ compensation matters with Longshore Act and State components, as well as products liability and other personal injury suits. She has been chosen by her peers to lecture on emerging workers' compensation topics and ethics. Groton native (1997 Fitch High School grad). Fluent in Spanish. Graduated UCONN Law School, 2005 with honors. Recent Supreme Court decision – Filosi v. Elec. Boat Corp., 330 Conn. 231 (2018)

David Bangel
Distinguished Lawyer
Workers Compensation Law

91-31 Queens Blvd, Elmhurst, NY 11373, USA


David J. Bangel, Esq. graduated from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1990 and from Nova University Law School in 1993. Upon graduation, Mr. Bangel became associated with the law firm of Stewart, DeCurtis, Greenblatt, Manning, & Baez. During his tenure with this firm, Mr. Bangel limited his practice to handling all aspects of Workers Compensation cases. At that time, he represented insurance carriers and self-insured employers, gaining extremely valuable knowledge as to how the insurance companies and self-insured clients think about and approach cases. 1997, Mr. Bangel founded the law firm of Bangel & Cohen, LLP. In founding the firm, Mr. Bangel decided to switch to the other side of the table and represent the injured worker before the Workers Compensation Board. It was here that he found his true calling and was able to utilize all of the information he had obtained while representing insurance carriers during the early part of his career.