Located in Southern California, England Ponticello & St. Clair is dedicated to resolving workers’ compensation claims and civil litigation matters. The firm practices statewide and employs a dozen highly qualified attorneys. These attorneys provide a wide range of services, including subrogation, disability retirement hearings, Jones Act matters, and serious and willful misconduct matters. England Ponticello & St. Clair (EPS) is also highly experienced in preparing Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) submittals, Medicare analyses, and Medicare Set-Asides. EPS is a member of the National Alliance of Medicare Set-Aside Professionals.The founding partners of EPS have practiced law together for more than 20 years. Judge Susan England began her practice in San Diego, and was appointed to the bench by the Workers Compensation Appeals Board in 1970. After retiring from her second judgeship in 2007, she once again joined her former partners, Barry Ponticello and Renee St. Clair, to litigate state and federal workers’ compensation along with related civil and administrative matters. Since its inception, EPS has served a wide variety of clients and has gained decades of experience in legal defense and litigation. Its attorneys are also equipped to argue before the California Supreme Court, as Mr. Ponticello did in May of 2011. Well-regarded in its field, the firm provides information both to professional associations and to the public. EPS attorneys have made presentations to organizations such as the Association of Defense Counsel of Northern California and Nevada as well as the Association of Insurance Professionals. The firm maintains a periodic newsletter that provides various articles and case updates. England Ponticello & St. Clair’s attorneys boast a long list of publications, and speak at frequent seminars in an effort to educate the public on matters of employment and workers’ compensation law.