Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Linda was a deputy attorney general with the Delaware Department of Justice, where she prosecuted criminal and civil matters. As a deputy attorney general, she represented various state agencies, including the Delaware Industrial Accident Board (IAB). Linda was then appointed by the Delaware Secretary of Labor to the position of workers' compensation hearing officer. During this time, she wrote decisions for the IAB and, upon stipulation of the parties, sat in place of the IAB, hearing and deciding matters.
Today, Linda actively appears before the IAB on a variety of legal issues and types of injuries, from crushes and burns to catastrophic injuries, hearing loss, psychological injuries, amputations, electrical shock injuries and repetitive trauma injuries. She also represents employers before Delaware unemployment insurance referees and the Delaware Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board.
Linda received her B.S. in Economics from the University of Delaware and her juris doctor from the Widener University School of Law. In her free time, Linda enjoys watching lacrosse and gardening.
Year Joined Organization:
•Advanced Workers' Compensation, Sterling Education Services
Attention, Contractors! That Subcontractor You Are Thinking of Using Might Cost You Much More Than You Anticipate
Defense Digest Article • September 1, 2016
By Linda L. Wilson, Esq.*Key Points:A contractor can be liable for a workers’ compensation claim even though that contractor never employed the injured individual.Be wary of subcontracting with a subcontractor that is not..., Defense Digest, Vol. 22, No. 3, September 2016. Defense Digest is prepared by Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin to provide information on recent legal developments of interest to our readers. This publication is not intended to...
Special Delaware Workers Compensation Alert - Preauthorization Needed for Non-Certified Provider
Whats Hot in Workers Comp • November 22, 2013
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•American Bar Association
•Delaware Bar Association
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