Diversity Is Valued Through Inclusiveness at Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez

Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez (ATB Law) believes in and supports diversity, not only by recognizing the value of differences between individuals, but also by supporting a culture of inclusiveness within the firm and with our clients.

We believe that any form of diversity helps strengthen an organization and community, but at ATB we take our commitment to diversity a step further and it’s reflected in our wonderful staff. Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez attorneys, associates and support staff represent a huge variety of different backgrounds and can offer services in all of the following languages:





















Adelson, Testan et al. also believes that diversity is more than language and culture. Diversity encompasses all backgrounds, beliefs, experiences, and worldviews. We recognize and value all different types of diversity, including that of race, sex, age, sexual orientation, and even personal interests.

One of the ways that we encourage inclusiveness for all groups is through community outreach programs and support. The organizations our firm supports are as diverse as Adopt a Fire Station, Cerritos College Women’s Soccer, and the Southern California Latvian School, just to name three of among over 100 programs to which Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez has contributed.

Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez actively supports diversity throughout our firm with our recruitment efforts and by offering internal mentoring programs and diversity trainings. This not only enhances our ability to serve clients but also enables us to connect more closely with them and with the communities in which we live and work.

Our firm embraces diversity in all of its many forms, in our office and in our communities. Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez believes that on a macro level, diversity makes the world a more enriching place for all. On a more local level, diversity strengthens the community by incorporating different ideas, viewpoints, and backgrounds. And at Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez, diversity makes us a stronger firm.



Adelson Testan Brundo & Jimenez Share Worker’s Comp Expertise with Self-Insurers

Recently three attorneys from the Oklahoma City office of Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez (ATB Law) participated in the annual Oklahoma Self-Insurers Association Conference in Tulsa, OK. Associate attorneys D. Craig Johnston and James Gaston along with managing partner Linda Foreman shared their expertise gleaned over years of counseling self-insured clients in regards to workers’ compensation and insurance claims.

The Oklahoma Self-Insurers Association (OSIA) represents self-insured employers, group self-insurance associations, municipal governments, higher education institutions, public school districts, hospitals, as well as vendors and providers who deliver services and products to self-insurers. OSIA’s stated mission is “to preserve, protect, and promote the rights and privileges of employers of Oklahoma who assume certain risks and liabilities by self-insuring.”

OSIA is a member of the National Council of Self Insurers (NCSI), a national organization dedicated to monitoring federal rules and regulations regarding the rights and responsibilities of self-insured employers. To support the mission of OSIA and NCIS, Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez attorneys shared their knowledge of workers’ compensation defense in relation to self-insurance with the members of the OSIA at their last annual conference held at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

As a national workers’ compensation defense firm, Adelson, Testan, et al. has extensive experience in defending self-insured employers and their third party administrators against workers’ compensation claims in the following twelve states:

  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Jersey
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • Texas

There are unique opportunities and challenges presented in defending employers who have chosen to self-insure their worker’s compensation liabilities. With many years of experience, Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez is especially adept at protecting the legal rights of their self-insured clients. For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers, please do not hesitate to contact us today.



Managing Partner of Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez Appointed as Connecticut State Chair for CLM

Congratulations to Gerald Davino II, Managing Partner of Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez‘s Rocky Hill, Connecticut office, for being selected as Committee Chair of the prestigious Claims & Litigation Management (CLM) Alliance. Mr. Davino will be helping lead and launch the Connecticut chapter by heading up membership and working together with others to help plan events in local areas in 2013.

Mr. Davino recently completed the CLM sponsored Litigation Management Institute earning him the prestigious designation of Certified Litigation Management Professional (CLMP). As Connecticut State Chair, Mr. Davino will assist in the development and growth of CLM, strengthening affiliations, fostering communications locally, and creating opportunities for participation.

CLM is a national, collaborative alliance created to promote and strengthen the highest standards of claims and litigation management by bringing together industry experts and thought leaders. CLM values having a diverse membership and is dedicated to serving all individuals and companies involved in claims and litigation management, including risk and litigation managers, insurance and claims adjusters, attorneys, risk managers, and third party vendors.

Mr. Davino joined Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez in 2005, is licensed to practice in both the state of California and Connecticut, and practices in a variety of civil litigation and workers’ compensation matters. In addition to CLM, he is also an active member of the Connecticut Bar Association and Workers’ Compensation Section, Risk & Insurance Management Society (RIMS) and the Connecticut Farmington Valley Chapter.