The Florida First District Court of Appeal recently affirmed the imposition of prevailing party costs in Coto v. Univision Sentry Casualty Company, 1D19-533, September 25, 2019. The decision was a per curium ... Read More
This is the third in a three part series of advice for injured workers. The first post discussed what you need to know immediately after you are hurt on the job in Illinois. The second post offered a bunch ... Read More
This week the Appeals Board affirmed a trial court decision denying a motion in limine that sought to exclude an expert’s deposition testimony because the physician had no training in use of the AMA ... Read More
In September, Bob Wilson penned a public thank you note on his Cluttered Desk. It was a mixed message, with some subtle undertone that I write today to magnify. First, I want to acknowledge ... Read More
On September 24-25, 2019, the National Workers' Compensation Defense Network (NWCDN) held its annual conference in Chicago, IL at the Intercontinental Hotel with an impressive mix of over 200 workers' ... Read More
I recently read an intriguing decision of the Kentucky Workers' Compensation Board from November 1996. Kentucky's Board is an administrative appellate panel. A litigant disappointed in a judicial workers' ... Read More
I am frequently asked, “Should I use a yoga ball instead of a chair?” At this point, many have heard of using an inflatable ball because it is purported to activate core muscles and improve back ... Read More
The Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has appointed its inaugural position for the new Next Step Program.
Marion Southall White was hired as the first Vocational Recovery Specialist for the ... Read More
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