Preparing Newsletters to Subscribe.
Review and Editing Documents Used in Connection with IC Engagements.
Operational Audit Reports Following On-site Visits.
Responding to Initial Government Inquiries.
Preparing Position Statements.
Preparing Witness Statements for Testimony.
Submitting Documents Prior to Hearings.
Preparing Legal Rebuttal Arguments on Administrative Appeals.
Pro-Active Service Details
Be well prepared in advance. Our proactive services help companies that utilize Independent Contractors remain in compliance and current with all government and regulatory agencies. We prepare you well in advance, especially when dealing with; and responding to any and all government inquiries.
We keep you and your company in a state of compliance by providing up-to-date best practices designed to fit your business model, and with our regional educational seminar-audits– you are in the best possible position.
Re-Active Service Details
Sometimes circumstances have progressed beyond your control. It is not uncommon for unsettled claims and disputes to have progressed beyond the initial inquiry or claim level. Now more than ever, you need the expertise to help resolve these issues prior to them getting out of control.
At Consultech we specialize in responding to all government inquiries and claims well before that reach the civil court system. Thus, with power of attorney, we are authorized to represent your company through the various levels of the administrative adjudication process.
We provide you with the best possible representation and the expertise needed to resolve claims and disputes as efficiently as possible– and in most cases saving clients both time and money.
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Industry Specific Services:
HR Services for IC and Employees:
- Consult on how best to respond to Unemployment Claims.
- Or we respond on behalf of client via power of attorney filed with state agency
- Protest adverse determinations in a timely manner.
- Request Unemployment Insurance Hearings.
- Prepare best witnesses for Hearings.
- Attend Unemployment Insurance Hearings if necessary and as permitted by law.
- Prepare legal briefs in response to adverse Hearing Decisions.
- Conduct seminars/webinars for managers and supervisors.
- Provide periodic report on all Unemployment Claims Activity.
- Determine ways to reduce Unemployment Insurance Tax rates, i.e. voluntary contributions and Joint Accounts as permitted by various state jurisdictions.
FLSA and State Wage/Hour Claims
- Review wage/hour claim (s) for legitimacy.
- File Power of Attorney with applicable Agency as authorized representative.
- Respond to government agency with whom claim (s) were filed.
- Minimize and negotiate assessments due to wage/hour violations.
- Attend Mediation Hearings on behalf of client.
- Negotiate final settlements and/or Agreements.
- Ensure client is in compliance on a go forward basis.
Representation/Assistance on Audits
- Federal or state Employment or Unemployment Tax Audits & Assessments.
- Federal & State Wage & Hour Audits & Assessments.
- Provide mediation and preparing Stipulation Agreements for settlements.
- Representation on Appeals through the adjudication administrative process.
Human Rights/EEOC Discrimination & Harassment Claims:
- Act as your authorized legal representative.
- Investigate allegations to claims.
- Provide responses to all claims.
- Act as your authorized legal representatives for Hearings.
- Conduct training webinars.
As licensed insurance brokers we can shop and refer the following insurance programs to the Transportation Industry:
- Non-Owned and Hired Insurance
- Occupational Accident Insurance
- Umbrella Liability Insurance
- Contingent Liability Insurance
- Worker’s Compensation Insurance
- General Liability Insurance
- Other lines of insurance commensurate with Transportation Industry