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Tony Lewandowski

Supervising Hearing Representative

WCAB Venues Covered:Eureka, Fresno, Lodi, Marysville, Redding, Sacramento

Tony Lewandowski is a Supervising Hearing Representative in the Sacramento office. He is diligently focused on the defense of workers’ compensation claims and specializes in obtaining approval of walk through settlements, lien negotiation, and attendance at hearings for the northern California region. Tony’s work with adjusters has yielded timely and cost-effective results throughout his career. His exposure to varying sizes of employers and severity of claims has led to creative and effective problem solving and issue resolutions.

Tony has more than 20 years of experience adjusting, supervising, and managing insurance carriers, including Kemper and The Zenith. He is a seasoned speaker, having provided multiple educational seminars for employers and helping them better understand their role in the workers’ compensation system.

Tony grew up in Concord, California. In his spare time, he enjoys swimming, hiking, attending his children’s sporting and school events, and spending time with his family. Tony’s favorite place in the world is in the water.

When it comes to sports, Tony is rooting for the Golden State Warriors, Las Vegas Raiders, and San Francisco Giants. His favorite book is Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig because it taught him the idea of quality and the importance of thinking things through. As for his favorite cuisine, he enjoys Mexican food.

If Tony’s life had a theme song, it would be “Lovely Day” by Bill Withers. Fun fact: Tony once swam from the Golden Gate Bridge to Bay Bridge.


  • San Diego State University – B.A. in Economics

Specialties: Negotiating settlements, preparing appropriate settlement documents, obtaining approvals of case settlements, negotiating and/or litigating liens to resolution and attending hearings to resolve issues


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