Mr. Shiu, a partner of the firm, represents clients across industries in Workers´ Compensation matters, including both public entities and private business. He defends self-insured and insured employers, including those with large deductibles, in all phases of the claim cycle.
In addition, Mr. Shiu represents clients in 132a actions, Serious and Willful claims, and subrogation. His practice includes counseling employers, Human Resources Business Partners (HRBPs), Occupational Health Nurses (OHNs), and Claims Professionals in disability matters that stem from workplace injuries. He also defends employer witnesses when called upon in civil matters that arises out of an industrial incident.
Mr. Shiu's philosophy in defending claims is that each move must take into consideration of the client's interests, however small, and how it advances the defense's case.
Mr. Shiu has tried numerous cases and has prevailed in 132a claims, Ogilvie, Guzman II, as well as presumption cases involving public safety officers.
Mr. Shiu has served on the State Bar Workers´ Compensation Executive Committee.
Mr. Shiu graduated from U.C. Berkeley with the Highest Honors in Political Science, and earned his J.D. from UCLA.
MIchael Graham v. Pepsi Bottling Group insured by Old Republic Insurance adm. by Sedgwick (September 16, 2011) 2011 Cal. Wrk. Comp. P.D. LEXIS 368