Raymond F. Correio is a senior associate with Pearlman, Brown & Wax, and the managing attorney of the firm’s South Bay office. He specializes in all aspects of workers’ compensation litigation from case inception to trial and appeal.
Before joining the firm, Ray was a Workers’ Compensation Judge assigned to both the Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey District Offices for approximately twelve years. He retired from the bench in 2009. Prior to taking the bench, he was with his own firm. Graduated from Chapman College with honors.
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Juris Doctorate.
Author of widely used sports law and apportionment case law summaries and an invited speaker on a variety of workers’ compensation issues and topics.
He has spoken on many occasions to help train physicians on apportionment at the CSIM’s (California Society of Industrial Medicine) annual conferences.
For many years he continues to be an invited speaker at the annual DWC Educational Conferences held in Los Angeles and Oakland.
He has been an invited speaker on a variety of topics for the Workers’ Compensation Section of the California State Bar.
He has helped to train all of the workers’ compensation judges in California on apportionment.
He has also been an invited speaker on a variety of topics by both the California Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorney’s Association and the California Applicant Attorney’s Association.
In 2013 he was named defense attorney of the year by the Workers’ Compensation Section of the State Bar.
He is a member of the California Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorney’s Association and a member of the Retired California Workers’ Compensation Judge’s Association.