The Workers' Compensation Institute recently made an announcement of additions to its leadership team. The press release of November 5, 2019 is online There are many that have attended the WCI in ... Read More
The Alabama Supreme Court recently released its opinion addressing the issue of whether a parent company of an employer is immune from suit based on the exclusivity provisions of The Alabama Workers’ ... Read More
Any decision from the Appellate Division on recreational or social activities is welcome precisely because there have been so few decisions since the 1979 Amendments. The case of Goulding v. NJ ... Read More
Motions for medical and temporary disability benefits are urgent matters that are treated as such by Judges of Compensation. Because injured workers are not receiving benefits, motions for medical and ... Read More
A caller to our office wanted to know if they should be getting workers’ compensation benefits or long term disability benefits through a policy their employer provided.
They were injured on the job ... Read More
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Bowling for Workers' Comp Dollars Quite often here in the Cluttered Desk we relay stories of abject stupidity, either for an action that caused a needless injury, a legislative effort that makes no sense, or a court decision that boggles the ...