Michael D. Drobot will return to federal prison for another 15 months as a result of breaching the terms of his plea agreement by secreting… Read more »
The Oregon Workers’ Compensation Division updated forms used by injured workers to request a change in attending physician or authorized nurse practitioner.
The division said… Read more »
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration continues to fail to protect warehouse workers from injuries and needs better protocols for addressing complaints regarding worker safety,… Read more »
Registration is open for the California Division of Workers’ Compensation’s 31st annual educational conference being held in Oakland and Los Angeles in March.
The conference… Read more »
The Illinois Appellate Court revived a worker’s claim against an alleged co-employee, finding there was a triable issue as to whether the co-employee was authorized… Read more »
The Washington Court of Appeals ruled that a former police officer was barred by the doctrine of res judicata from pursuing his claim for benefits… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that the defendants in a Labor Law claim were entitled to only partial summary judgment on their cross-claim for… Read more »
The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that a property owner could not be held liable for injuries sustained by a worker who was hired by… Read more »
A California appellate court ruled that an employment practices liability insurance provider had no duty to provide coverage to an insured for claims filed by… Read more »
The Nebraska Court of Appeals upheld a grant of summary judgment dismissing a staffing company employee’s tort suit against her employer’s customer.
Case: Workman v.… Read more »