A Justice Department indictment shows three defendants conspired to coerce the agricultural labor and services of Thai nationals by fraudulently inducing the recruits to incur substantial debts secured by ... Read More
Pain, real or perceived, is a key barrier and among the most difficult of workers compensation claims to resolve. Pain can originate from the injury or from surgical intervention/treatment. Pain management ... Read More
The Alabama Court of Civil Appeals recently considered a case where the Alabama Insurance Guaranty Association ("AIGA") sought reimbursement for money paid out to cover a workers' compensation ... Read More
On June 17, 2011, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released its decision in Hudson v. Renosol Seating, LLC. In December 2008, approximately 90 workers at an automobile seating manufacturing plant in Selma, ... Read More
The above title seems absurd. Why would anyone pay to be disabled? The answer is far too many people see disability as an investment – especially for retirement or a lump-sum payment at the expense of ... Read More
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