Natalie Lund and Elizabeth Cox recently attended the national workers’ comp and disability conference and expo in Las Vegas. This is the largest industry conference and trade show in the nation. While in Las ... Read More
We are pleased to announce that Andrew Carballo and Steven Halloran have joined the firm as associates. Carballo and Halloran will be practicing in the area of Workers’ Compensation defense. Both were ... Read More
On November 27, 2019 the Alabama Supreme Court released its opinion in Ex parte Dow Corning Alabama, Inc., et al. In this case an employee was injured while working for Alabama Electric Company, ... Read More
Safety glasses are beautiful things. Functional, comfortable, light, cheap, and they can save your eyesight. Hard to beat the return-on-investment represented in a pair of safety glasses that cost only ... Read More
There are many ways interested stakeholders can reduce workers’ compensation costs in their programs. Running a more effective program and reducing costs starts with a safe work environment that ... Read More
A nice, somewhat naive, Illinois woman called me recently. She had hurt her back at her job and had quite the serious injury. What she told me was that she had a lawyer and he never called her back and ... Read More
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