Aaron Turchin received his undergraduate degree in English Literature from Vassar College in 1990 and Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 1995.  He started his legal career in civil litigation handling insurance defense matters and complex plaintiff’s litigation involving medical malpractice, employment and professional liability. After joining a Statewide workers’ compensation defense firm in 2001, he concentrated his practice in workers’ compensation, became a certified specialist in workers’ compensation law from the State Bar, and remained until 2013 when he founded his own firm before taking his practice to Black and Rose LLP in 2016.  Mr. Turchin represents insurers, self-insureds and uninsured employers, including 132a, serious and willful, and coverage issues.  He has also developed extensive experience litigating fraud cases involving applicant and medical provider fraud, including consolidations and global provider resolutions.  His most recent fraud investigation assisting the Orange County District Attorney’s Office resulted in criminal indictments against the owners of an Orange County durable medical equipment provider which is currently being prosecuted. Mr. Turchin has also prosecuted multiple subrogation claims through jury verdict obtaining reimbursement against liable third parties in the California Superior Court.