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Susan R. Borg is a partner with DuRard, McKenna & Borg in San Mateo, California. Ms. Borg joined the firm in 1989 and focuses her practice exclusively on workers' compensation cases. She actively fights for the rights of California and Bay Area working men and women, is a Certified Specialist in Workers' Compensation Law, and has lectured widely on the subject.
Ms. Borg is an active member of the California Applicant Attorneys' Association (CAAA), a statewide association of attorneys representing injured workers. She has served as the past president of CAAA and is a current member of the Board of Governors, the current Chair of the Policy Steering Committee, and founder of the San Francisco chapter.
Ms. Borg has received an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the national directory of lawyers. This is the highest possible rating an attorney can receive, indicating that her peers rank her at the highest levels of professionalism and ethical standards.
Ms. Borg is a New York native who came to San Francisco to attend law school. She earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of San Francisco and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Carnegie Mellon University.
September 15, 2010
my case it taking a long time to close up and my letters don't get answered as quickly as they did in the past
my case it taking a long time to close up and my letters don't get answered as quickly as they did in the past Read less
July 27, 2011
Very long time to return calls to her office.
Very long time to return calls to her office. Read less
If you are injured or become disabled as a result of your work, you are funneled into a medical care system which limits you to the workers compensation insurance company’s hand-picked medical provider network. It is also true that insurance companies have the legal right to kick […]
Yesterday the Assembly passed the California Applicants' Attorneys Association (CAAA) sponsored AB 1155 (Alejo), to ban race, gender and age discrimination in awarding disability compensation to workers injured on the job, by a 44-22 party-line vote. SB 899, Governor Schwarzenegger's workers' compensation bill is being interpreted to permit discrimination against California workers […]
Many workers have questions about the confusing workers' compensation process. Here is an overview of the process:1. You have to Report the injuryMany times employers convince injured workers not to report injuries. Usually they suggest going home to see if the injury gets better. If you have suffered anything worse than a scrape or bruise at work report the injury as soon as […]
Class of 1985
Carnegie Mellon University
Class of 1981
Born in 1959
New York, N.Y., 1959
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