The Courts are rigorously enforcing the process of determining medical necessity and medical causation to ensure that the Insurance Companies and Medical Providers follow the processes set forth in SB ... Read More
By Thomas A. RobinsonWhile the facts of the case were hotly contested, the petitioner, Hopkins, contended that he was employed by Kilpatrick at "Great Bear Adventures," a privately owned bear ... Read More
By Cassandra Roberts, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor A possible case of first impression? The latest ruling from the Delaware Industrial Accident Board on the issue of course and scope was brought ... Read More
By Cassandra Roberts, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor In a series of recently released decisions, the Delaware Industrial Accident Board on appeal consistently upheld the propriety of surgery, ... Read More
On May 1, the world will turn its eyes to Louisville, Ky., and the 136th running of the Kentucky Derby. The majestic thoroughbreds and rich traditions of the horse industry embody Kentucky's standing as ... Read More
By H. Edwin Detlie. Visit http://www.detlielawfirm.com/. The Iowa Supreme Court considered the firing of a supervisor, who intervened when injured workers he was supervising were not being treated ... Read More
By Reid L. Steinfeld, Esq., Grant & Weber, and Richard Boggan, J.D., workcompliens.comInsurance companies in California have been lately seeking a second round of reductions of medical bills for ... Read More
By Cassandra Roberts, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor I recently reported on Thurmon Shelton v. Allen Family Foods, IAB# 1335120 (2/12/10), in which the Delaware IAB assessed the first fine against ... Read More
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The Sturgis Superspreader Event Increasing evidence points to August’s Sturgis motorcycle rally as a major contributor to the big increase in infections throughout the upper midwest.
With 400,000 folks spending days talking, ...