Vivid memories of desperate nursing home residents in wheelchairs submerged waist-high in flood waters will forever be etched in our minds, especially during hurricane season. The shocking photos and tragic ... Read More
On September 23 Governor Brown signed four workers’ comp bills but vetoed five other comp-related bills.
The bills signed by Brown were ones that it was widely expected he would sign. Those bills ... Read More
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the manufacturer of diacetyl is not insulated from a lawsuit by exposed workers merely because their employer failed to warn them of the hazards of the ... Read More
The Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council (WCAC) held its September meeting in Baton Rouge yesterday. In addition to introducing new member Larry Stokes, the Council provided drafts of two proposed ... Read More
This blog series is devoted to better understanding the efforts our Federal government is undertaking to combat the opioid epidemic in America. Earlier this year, the Department of Health and Human Services ... Read More
A Case of the Mondays
Sometimes injuries that are not work-related get claimed as workers compensation. Workers may get injured away from their job, but say the injury is related to work to reap better ... Read More
Five Things to Catch Up On: 12/9, Weekend Edition Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) -
1) TX: Subcontractor Sues Construction Co. for More than $1M After an Alleged Accident Occurred on the Job (FRIDAY)
Houston resident Armando Nunez has filed a ...