Ashley T. Mollenthiel Fiore

Ashley T. Mollenthiel Fiore


Ms. Fiore focuses her practice in the representation of employers, self-insured companies, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation defense matters. Prior to joining Capehart Scatchard, Ashley served as a Law Clerk to The Honorable Francis J. Orlando, Assignment Judge Civil Division.

Bar Admissions

New Jersey



Rutgers School of Law, Camden, NJ. Juris Doctorate.

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Bachelor of Arts.

Professional Associations & Memberships

New Jersey Bar Association

New Jersey Young Lawyers Division

Pennsylvania Bar Association

Association of Black Women Lawyers of New Jersey

Burlington County Bar Association

Classes & Seminars

“Good Intentions Are Not Enough, Part Three,” virtual panel discussion, Burlington County Bar Association, April 2021

“Handling Workers’ Comp Claims in 2021,” panel discussion, February 2021

“Good Intentions Aren’t Good Enough, Part One,” virtual panel discussion, Burlington County Bar Association, November 2020

“New Jersey Workers’ Comp Overview For Comp Professionals,” Work Partners, October 2020

“Overview webinar,” in-house Amazon, August 2020

“Are you Winning? How to Succeed as an Intern or Entry-Level Attorney,” virtual panel discussion, Widener University Delaware Law, September 2020

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“New Jersey Workers’ Comp Overview For Comp Professionals,” in-house Broadspire, August 2019

“Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability,” South Jersey Claims Association, March 2019

“New Jersey Workers’ Comp Overview For Comp Professionals”, in-house Synergy Insurance, February 2019

“Knowing the Key Defenses Which Will Help You Win in Comp Court”, Millennium Seminars, LLC, December 2018

“The Workers’ Compensation Manager’s Impact on Litigation, and How to Develop Litigation Prevention Strategies,” in-house Amazon, October 2018

“Panel Discussion: Fighting Reopener Claims to Obtain the best Outcome,” Kirshner Spine Institute, September 2018

“Panel Discussion: How to Prove a Workers’ Compensation Fraud Case,” Kirshner Spine Institute, September 2018

“New Jersey Workers’ Comp Overview for Comp Professionals,” in-house Sompo Japan, August 2017

“Panel Discussion:  Which State Has The Best Comp Law? Compare and Contrast: New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia Comp Laws,” Millennium Seminars, LLC, July 2017

“Section 40 Liens,” in-house Broadspire, April 2016

“New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Overview for Comp Professionals,” and “Case Law Update,” in-house Broadspire, August 2015