Our Professionals

Jennifer L. Carosi, CSRP, LPCS

Ms. Jennifer L. Carosi is a Subrogation Specialist with Insurance Subrogation Group (ISG) and Paralegal with Cheung-Truslow & Uehlein, LLC (CTU). She previously worked for Wright Group, Inc. Ms. Carosi received her Bachelor of Arts and Certificate of Paralegal Studies from Bay Path College. She also holds a Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional and Legal Principles Claim Specialist designations.

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Scott  L. Dildine, Esq.

Mr. Scott L. Dildine is an attorney with over 12 years of experience in multi-line subrogation. He handles cases throughout the United States.  Mr. Dildine is the Director of Subrogation Services with Insurance Subrogation Group (ISG) and an attorney with Cheung-Truslow & Uehlein, LLC (CTU).

Previously, Mr. Dildine was an Associate with Cohn Whitesell & Goldberg, practicing in the areas of business, bankruptcy and commercial law.  Mr. Dildine is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law.  During law school, he clerked for a Magistrate Judge sitting before the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and Liberty Mutual’s captive insurance defense firm.  He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts.

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Louis E. Greenberg, Esq.

Mr. Louis E. Greenberg is an attorney with 22 years of experience and is the Director of Massachusetts Second Injury Fund Claims at Insurance Recovery Group, Inc. (IRG).  He manages the department and as Account Executive, oversees IRG client accounts.  He coordinates and conducts file reviews, investigates and perfects second injury fund reimbursement, and negotiates claims with the Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Trust Fund. He is also an attorney with the Cheung-Truslow & Uehlein, LLC (CTU).

Previously, he practiced law with Uehlein, Cunningham & Machanic. Mr. Greenberg is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and the University of Michigan and is licensed to practice in Massachusetts.

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John A. Hebert, SCLA

Mr. John A. Hebert is a Senior Subrogation Specialist specializing in multi-line subrogation claims with Insurance Subrogation Group (ISG).  Mr. Hebert is also a Senior Paralegal with Cheung-Truslow & Uehlein, LLC (CTU). He is a licensed adjuster in multiple states, specializing in automobile collision, Medical Payment, Personal Injury Protection (PIP), property and arbitrations before the Intercompany Arbitrations Forum.

Over his 15 years in the insurance industry, Mr. Hebert has handled auto damage and liability, personal injuries, general liability, and workers’ compensation, with a specialty in No-Fault/PIP coverage. He also handled catastrophe claims on commercial property after natural disasters.  He was previously a No-Fault Claims Specialist with Commerce Insurance Company (MAPFRE) and Liability Claims Specialist with Zurich.

He earned the designation of Senior Claims Law Associate (SCLA) through the American Educational Institute (AEI) and is a certified arbitrator with the Intercompany Arbitration Forums for the Automobile, Property, Med Pay, PIP & New York PIP forums.

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Michael Levin, Esq.

Mr. Michael Levin is an attorney with 13 years of experience specializing in second injury fund recovery and workers’ compensation.  He is involved in all aspects of second injury fund recovery, including management of the New Hampshire second injury fund department. As Account Executive at Insurance Recovery Group, Inc. (IRG), he oversees IRG client accounts.  He coordinates and conducts file reviews, investigates and perfects second injury fund reimbursement, and negotiates claims with multiple Workers’ Compensation Trust Funds.  He is also an attorney with Cheung-Truslow & Uehlein, LLC (CTU).

Previously, Mr. Levin was a research associate with the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute and was a law clerk for firms engaged in the defense of workers’ compensation claims.  Mr. Levin is a graduate of New England School of Law and Northeastern University, and is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

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Dorothy M. Linsner, Esq.

Ms. Dorothy M. Linsner is an attorney with over 33 years of experience, specializing in second injury fund litigation. She is the Manager of Massachusetts Second Injury Fund Litigation with Insurance Recovery Group, Inc. (IRG) and an attorney with Cheung-Truslow & Uehlein, LLC (CTU). She is an Adjunct Professor of Research and Writing for the Massachusetts School of Law.

Previously, she practiced law with Uehlein, Cunningham & Machanic. Ms. Linsner is the author of various articles on second injury funds and was been appointed to the American Bar Association Task Force on Second Injury Funds. She is a graduate of George Washington University School of Law, and Georgetown University, and is licensed to practice in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, and Washington, D.C.

Select Articles and Cases:

W. Frederick Uehlein and Dorothy M. Linsner, “Second Injury Funds: Maximizing Your Recovery Results,” The Journal of Workers Compensation, Vol. 13, No. 1 Fall 2003

Lavinio v. Transport Exchange, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Industrial Accidents, Board No.: 01480999 (2001)

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Kharissa M. Meo, Esq.

Ms. Kharissa M. Meo is an attorney with 6 years’ experience in multi-line subrogation and second injury fund recovery.  She handles cases throughout the United States.  Ms. Meo is an Associate with Insurance Recovery Group, Inc. (IRG) and an attorney with Cheung-Truslow & Uehlein, LLC (CTU).  She focuses her practice on investigation and litigation of property and liability, auto, property, workers’ compensation subrogation. Ms. Meo is a graduate of the Massachusetts School of Law and is licensed to practice in Massachusetts.

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