A New York appellate court ruled that a worker should have been granted summary judgment on his Labor Law claim for his injuries from being… Read more »
The owner of an insurance agency was arraigned in connection with an alleged scheme to steal $39,000 in workers’ compensation premiums, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s… Read more »
The New York Senate on Thursday passed a bill, similar to a measure the governor vetoed in December, that would allow all workers to file claims for… Read more »
The Nebraska Court of Appeals ruled that an injured construction worker could not hold the general contractor for a homebuilding project liable for his injuries… Read more »
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania upheld the denial of authorization for a worker’s request for pain treatment with platelet-rich plasma injections.
Case: Owens v. Penn… Read more »
A woman who worked as a bookkeeper and personal care aide while receiving workers’ compensation benefits was ordered to pay $40,000 in restitution, the New… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that an injured worker’s original attorneys were not entitled to a larger chunk of her settlement as fees for… Read more »
Goldberg Segalla added Justin P. McCombs to the firm’s workers’ compensation group in Rochester, New York.
McCombs focuses… Read more »
A New York appellate court upheld the dismissal of an airline pilot’s challenge to the denial of his claim for neurological disorders from alleged workplace… Read more »
The Iowa Court of Appeals upheld a determination that a worker was not entitled to a reopening of his claim for carpal tunnel syndrome.
Case:… Read more »
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