Mr. Tatlow brings considerable experience as a Workersʼ Compensation defense counsel handling a wide range of litigation areas, including lost time, catastrophic injury, permanent total disability, life pension, and death claims. With a focus on serving self-insured and uninsured employers, Mr. Tatlow manages complexities such as Labor Code 132(a) and Serious & Willful defense.

Professional History

  • Assertive advocacy for the rights of employers, insurance carriers, and school districts in defending workersʼ compensation, Labor Code Section 132(a), and Serious and Willful Misconduct claims.
  • Comprehensive management of workersʼ compensation cases, encompassing all stages from initiation to resolution, including the submission of Petitions for Reconsideration/Removal and the filing of Writs.
  • Proficient in conducting thorough legal research using both traditional and computerized methods.
  • Manages subrogation claims on behalf of insurance carriers.
  • Thorough case preparation, including conducting depositions of applicants, doctors, and/or witnesses, as well as drafting legal motions and pleadings.
  • Undertakes extensive research and prepares detailed legal memoranda on criminal law issues.

Education

  • J.D. Western State University, College of Law, Fullerton, California (2009)
    • Witkin Award for Academic Excellence – Constitutional Law (Spring, 2008)
  • B.A. Sociology – University of California. Los Angeles, California (2002)

Professional Memberships

  • Admitted to California State Bar, June 2010