David J. DePaolo
10/02/59 - 7/17/16
The owner of a medical transport company in Essex County, New York, pleaded guilty on Thursday to federal charges for his role in a multi-million… Read more »
A New York state corrections officer has pleaded guilty to submitting forged documents in order to obtain more than $6,400 in workers’ compensation benefits.
Thomas… Read more »
A divided New York appellate court ruled that a property owner could not be held liable for a worker's injuries from climbing off a scaffold in an unsafe… Read more »
An Ohio appellate court ruled that a worker did not lose his eligibility for temporary total disability benefits even though he was fired after failing… Read more »
The Illinois Chamber of Commerce is holding a webinar Sept. 18 to discuss a number of issues relating to the state’s workers’ compensation system.
“This… Read more »
The Ohio Department of Insurance announced the addition of three members to its senior team.
Mark Hamlin, policy adviser for… Read more »
The Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled that a worker’s widow was not entitled to benefits for his death in a car accident.
Case: Yang’s Case, No.… Read more »
The Wisconsin Division of Worker's Compensation has rolled out a new electronic warrant filing system that it says will streamline the filing of workers’ comp warrants… Read more »
The Iowa Court of Appeals upheld a denial of permanent disability benefits to a worker for a head injury, finding he had no impairment or… Read more »
An Ohio appellate court ruled that a septuagenarian was not entitled to permanent total disability benefits despite evidence that she did not have marketable skills… Read more »
Aug 20-21, 2019
The Employers' Fraud Task Force in collaboration with The Law Firm of Floyd, Skeren, Manukian and …
Aug 20, 2019
DWC offers a series of regional safety seminars that provide affordable training on common causes …
Aug 20, 2019
Join Us: Tuesday, August 20th at 12:00 PM CST (1:00 PM EST, 11:00 AM MST, and 10:00 AM PST) For an …