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Attorney Troy Rosasco Gets High Marks For His Online CLE Disability Claim Lecture

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Disability Attorney Troy Rosasco

Attorney Troy Rosasco, Partner at Turley, Redmond, Rosasco and Rosasco, has been consistently receiving 4 star ratings  from his online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course, “Disability Insurance Claims Primer: The Plaintiff’s Perspective” through Lawline.com.  Mr. Rosasco has been a part of the CLE program since 2010 and is still receiving high marks for the content of his presentations nationwide.

Mr. Rosasco has given other online courses through Lawline.com including the well received free course on 9/11 Victim Compensation Claims in which he has proudly donated his time in creating so that others can benefit from his experience and knowledge in the field of Disability Law. He says, “Like all my CLE presentations, I do not get paid for either the presentation or any re-broadcast.  I consider it a way to give back to the profession which has given me so much satisfaction over the years.”

In addition to his Lawline.com courses, Mr. Rosasco is also an Adjunct Professor at St. John’s University School of Law, his alma mater, where he teaches a course on Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability Law. “I really enjoy the interaction with the law students.  Besides helping them learn an important area of the law, they keep me sharp!”

Mr. Rosasco is considered one of the top disability lawyers in the New York Metro area and has been named a 2014 Super Lawyer.  He has been helping disabled workers for over 25 years in getting the disability benefits they deserve.  He is also a much sought after resource by various newspapers and media outlets for his knowledge and expertise on disability law.