Two Lawyers Named to Connecticut Workers’Comp Commission

April 7, 2008

Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell has named Daniel Dilzer and David Schoolcraft to the state Workers’ Compensation Commission.

Dilzer, 41, is a lawyer with the New Britain-based law firm Davila & Dilzer. He serves serves on the State of Connecticut’s Victim’s Compensation Commission and has served as a Commissioner of the New Britain Housing Authority, the Berlin Board of Ethics and the Berlin Charter Revision Commission.

Schoolcraft, 51, is a lawyer with the Rocky Hill-based Law Offices of Donna-Maria Lonergan. He serves as chair of the Hebron Board of Selectmen, and also serves on the board of Andover, Hebron, Marlborough Youth Services, Inc.

Dilzer and Schoolcraft will be sworn in following approval from the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee and will serve on an interim basis, pending confirmation by the General Assembly.

“Both Dan and Dave have had many years of experience in legal matters, and over those years they have acquired the skills needed to serve as Workers’ Compensation commissioners,” Rell said. “These two attorneys are prepared to uphold our workers’ compensation laws and administer justice in a fair and thoughtful manner. Their knowledge of local and state government provides them with a valuable perspective for this role.”

Source: Connecticut Governor’s Office

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