If you are driving while working and get in to a car accident that is someone else’s fault, you can sue the other driver and file for Illinois work comp benefits. The question is should you do both?
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Florida - For the third year in a row, the National Council on Compensation Insurance is recommending a workers’ comp premium reduction. Last week, the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation ... Read More
There are a large number of petitions for permanent partial disability benefits filed each year in New Jersey for scars and serious lacerations. It is important for practitioners to understand that ... Read More
An opioid bill quietly made its way through the Florida legislature this year. House Bill 451 (HB451) passed April 30, 2019 and was signed by the Governor June 24. It adds a new subsection to section 456.44, ... Read More
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On September 6, 2019, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released its opinion inEx parte Warrior Met Coal, Inc. In Warrior, the employee continued to work for employer when he filed a complaint ... Read More
As we watched Hurricane Dorian wreak havoc on the Bahamas earlier this week, causing devastating damage and tragic losses, the need for emergency resources was abundantly clear. After bringing strong winds ... Read More
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