Bruce Burk is an experienced workers' compensation defense attorney located in South Florida. He has also worked in civil litigation and criminal defense, handling more than 40 trials, both jury and non-jury. Burk received his law degree from the University of South Carolina and his bachelor's degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - With more and more states legalizing marijuana for either recreational or medical reasons, there is no doubt that cannabis is having a major impact on the businesses and ... Read More
Denver, CO (WorkersCompensation.com) - It is no secret that the use of marijuana is becoming more acceptable in the United States. Many states are now legalizing it either medically or recreationally — ... Read More
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Among the worst possible types of industrial accidents which can occur are electrical accidents. Workers can often either be killed or permanently disabled from severe ... Read More
Trenton, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) - The New Jersey Legislature is considering legislation that would designate accidents which happen in employer parking lots to be within the course and scope of ... Read More
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - It is no secret that California law could make Uber’s business harder to operate. The California legislature passed AB5, a law which attempts to reclassify some ... Read More
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - We have all taken a flight that had a little more turbulence than we would like. But last year, one airline worker had turbulence that pales in comparison to a few dips ... Read More
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Many of us are aware of the going and coming rule: the concept that says that accidents occur while the employee is going to or coming from work are not compensable. But ... Read More
Arbitration News in Workers' Compensation Most practitioners are surprised to learn that Chapter 440 (the Florida workers' compensation law) includes an arbitration provision, section 440.1926. This provides that
"the employer, carrier, and ...