"I now have a life because of Ametros, and I can’t thank them enough” – hear from our member, Jim

Paul H. Sighinolfi

Senior Managing Director

Paul provides thought leadership, leads regulatory and policy initiatives, and provides meaningful strategic direction and insight at Ametros.

Prior to Ametros, Paul was the Executive Director and Chairman of the Maine Workers’ Compensation Board. Previously, he was a partner at Rudman & Winchell, where he was a member of the firm’s litigation department and directed the workers’ compensation practice group. In his practice he represented both plaintiffs and defendants, and coauthored Maine Employment Guide: Workers’ Compensation.

Paul was a member and Chair of the Board of Bar Overseers, an appointment by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Paul was also appointed to the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection, where he was the Fund Chair.

He is a fellow of the American Bar Association, College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers, was on the Executive Committee of the Southern Association of Workers’ Compensation Administrator, and served on the board of the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC). Paul is also the Vice President of Kids Chance Maine. Paul earned his master’s degree at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and his law degree at the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America, in Washington, D. C.

Paul's Upcoming Events:

  • September
    18 Wed
    20 Fri

    2019 NAMSAP Annual Educational Conference

    Check out our President, Porter Leslie, and Senior Managing Director, Paul Sighinolfi, speaking on Thursday, September 19th, in a session titled, "What Happens Once the Case Settles?" at 10:15AM!

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  • September
    25 Wed
    27 Fri

    The State Bar of Arizona’s Annual Workers’ Compensation Fall Conference

    Our Business Development Manager, Karissa Hearn, will be speaking in a session titled, "Leveraging Professional Administration & Structures as a Settlement Tool." Don't miss it!

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