Jaime R. Llorens focuses her practice in worker’s compensation, representing employers, third party administrators, and insurance companies throughout the State of Indiana. She also has experience in general liability, premises liability, wills, and trusts, as well as a focused interest in transportation, employment, and business law. Jaime frequently presents to claims representatives, TPAs, and self-insured employers on the handling of workers’ compensation matters in Indiana.
Jaime regularly practices in front of the Indiana Worker’s Compensation Board. Aside from receiving many defense awards at the single hearing member level, she has also negotiated several favorable settlements for her clients.
Prior to the inception of her legal career, she was employed as a case manager at a social services agency. During law school, Jaime was the law clerk for the Honorable Jeffery Dywan. She also externed at the Cook County Public Defender’s Office, homicide investigation unit, in Chicago and at the Lake County Public Defender’s Office in Crown Point.
Jaime enjoys giving back to the community and currently sits on the board for a local homeless shelter, Interfaith Community PADS.
- Indiana Worker’s Compensation Institute (Northwest Indiana Chapter) *Board of Directors
- Lake County Bar Association
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Porter County Inns of Court
- “Healing the Unhealthy Injured Worker,” CLM WC Magazine, June/July 2015
- Co-authored “Compensation,” presented at the 2013 ICLEF Worker’s Compensation Deskbook Seminar
- Jaime successfully argued in front of the Worker’s Compensation Board Judge in favor of our client. Plaintiff asked for over two years in temporary total disability benefits, additional medical treatment and compensation and an impairment rating. The Judge awarded nothing to the plaintiff.
- On a case that was several years old, the plaintiff claimed permanent and total disability and had a vocational report to support his position. Jaime had concerns about fraud and medication seeking behavior, and arranged for an IME. Plaintiff failed to show and she filed a Motion to Dismiss, which was successfully granted.