By Robert G. Rassp, Esq., Law Offices of Robert G. Rassp, Sherman Oaks, California This is a very simple question that arises in our cases from time to time. But since the beginning of the recession ... Read More
By H. Edwin Detlie, Attorney at Law In Pella Corporation v. Sharp, a decision which has not yet been published, the Iowa Court of Appeals found that the Iowa Workers' Compensation Commissioner ... Read More
By Cassandra Roberts, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor LLP Warmest holiday greetings to one and all. In August, 2009, I reported on the decision in C. Maude Donovan v. Kent Construction in ... Read More
Friday, January 1, 2010, marks both the anniversary of the opening of WorkersCompensation.com 10 years ago, and the beginning of our second decade of service to the workers' compensation community. What an ... Read More
By Cassandra Roberts, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor LLP In what appears to be the first ruling on this issue, the Delaware IAB has addressed the issue of what remedy is available to the parties ... Read More
By Derzon & Menard S.C. - Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorneys Wisconsin law recognizes two types of on-the-job injuries that are compensable under an employer's workers' compensation insurance ... Read More
By Virginia Hunt, Law Office of Virginia L. Hunt, Las Vegas, Nevada 5th Edition of the Guides Is Required Most states that utilize the AMA Guides to Evaluation of Permanent Impairment use the most recent ... Read More
By Robert G. Rassp, Law Offices of Robert G. Rassp, Sherman Oaks, CA Since the enactment of SB 899 in California on April 19, 2004, and the adoption by the Administrative Director of the 2005 ... Read More
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Regulators Report Decreasing Opioid Use Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Nebraska changed its rules regarding compensable mental-mental injuries. Washington is trying to limit the use of independent medical exams. Tennessee is ...