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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration ... Read More
A woman called my office with a pretty typical sounding work injury. She had been hit in the head by a falling box and sustained a concussion and neck injury. The concussion seems better, but she ... Read More
The (Louisiana) House Labor and Industrial Relations Committee heard several bills last week, two regarding workers’ comp which have already passed through the same Senate Committee.
SB88 by Senator ... Read More
Determining a reasonable accommodation for an employee with medical needs while adhering to the laws under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can be a complicated process for even the most ... Read More
Generally speaking, having anxiety, depression, panic, etc. is not a compensable case under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act. You might have to work long hours or have a boss that screams a ... Read More
There are few cases in the Division involving assessments of penalties against an employer for late payment of a settlement. Ramella v. Borough of Seaside Heights, A-3310-17T3 (App. Div. April 8, 2019) ... Read More
We have all had it happen. You have a splitting headache or a muscle ache, go into your bathroom for an over-the-counter (OTC) medication - only to find that it has expired. One of the most ... Read More
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