An Ohio appellate court ruled that the daughter of a worker was entitled to an award for his loss of use of his limbs in an accident… Read more »
The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board announced that it adopted emergency rules allowing telemedicine in some circumstances.
The board said in a bulletin issued… Read more »
The Workers’ Compensation Board of Indiana launched a new module allowing attorneys to submit appearances electronically and will stop accepting paper submissions in August.
The… Read more »
A federal grand jury indicted the ex-mayor of a city in Southern Illinois for allegedly lying to investigators about his role in an insurance scheme… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that an exchange of emails between attorneys created a valid settlement agreement between a property owner and an injured… Read more »
A New York appellate court upheld the denial of benefits to a security officer for his alleged injuries from tick bites.
Case: Matter of Decandia… Read more »
An Ohio appellate court upheld a denial of benefits to a home health aide who fell as she was leaving her client’s residence.
Case: McAlpine… Read more »
In three separate opinions, a New York appellate court ruled that the manufacturer of a corrugator machine was not entitled to summary judgment dismissing all… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that an injured worker was not entitled to expand the scope of his workers’ compensation claim to include a… Read more »
The owner of a New Jersey real estate improvement company was charged with providing false payroll information to lower his workers’ compensation premiums, Acting Attorney… Read more »
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