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Florianman kleinman

Insurance Defense at statue of liberty
Phone 8053878605 ext 2
Email flofloflo@floflo.com
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Address 123 moliere avenue
thousand oaks
CA, 91360

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Calif. 5th: Gaming Compact Didn't Waive Tribal Immunity 08/18/2006
State: CA | Segment: Courts | 280 | 0 | Popular with Legal
An Indian tribe that signed a gaming compact with the state of California did not waive its sovereign immunity from workers' compensation in the process, the Fifth District Court of Appeal ruled on Thursday. The court, writing an an unpublished opinion in the matter of Sullivan v. Worke...Read More
Criminal File Subpoena Pits WCC vs. State Police 08/18/2006
State: VA | Segment: Courts | 144 | 0
The Virginia Court of Appeals declined to referee a dispute between the State Police and the state Workers' Compensation Commission over access to information from an ongoing criminal investigation. The state police asked the appellate court to take up the matter, Virginia Department of...Read More
Contractor Loses Appeal of Award to Sub's Worker 08/18/2006
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 431 | 0
A subcontractor who asserts control over an employee's work makes that person an employee of the general contractor as well, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled. In Tim Britton Construction v. Workers' Compensation Appeal Board, No. 546 C.D. 2006, (08/15/2006), Eugene Carri...Read More
Counsel Fees Deniable When Credibility At Issue 08/18/2006
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 703 | 0
Counsel fees should be denied when credibility is an issue, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled. In Frankford Hospital v. Workers' Compensation Appeal Board , No. 2320 C.D. 2005, 08/15/2006, Tanya Walsh worked for Frankford Hospital as a medical assistant. Walsh filed a c...Read More
Court Defines Employer Share of Rx Costs 08/18/2006
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 171 | 0
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania found substantial evidence to support that an employer had paid for all of an employee's work injury-related medications even if the insurer only paid for two of the employee's numerous prescribed pain medications. In Hesselbacher v. Workers' Compen...Read More
Claims Activity Reports Due by Sept. 29 08/17/2006
State: NV | Segment: Regulatory | 467 | 0
The Nevada Workers' Compensation Section (WCS) notified workers' compensation insurers they must complete and submit fiscal year 2006 WCS workers' compensation claims activity reports and insurer information forms by Sept. 29. Blank forms and instructions were e-mailed to all workers' compe...Read More
Court OKs Rejection of Claimant's Expert's Testimony 08/17/2006
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 608 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania found the employee's expert's testimony to be unworthy of belief as it was contrary to his treatment notes, lack of referrals, and emergency room records. In Quiah v. Workers' Compensation Appeal Board, No. 435 C.D. 2006, 08/04/2006, Betty Quia...Read More
Court Grants Petition but Not Benefits 08/17/2006
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 1104 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania found that although a workers' compensation judge found no disability related to a chest wall injury, the WCJ should have granted the worker's petition and then suspended benefits for an unrelated injury. In Stein v. Workers' Compensation Appeal Boa...Read More
Claimant Failed to Prove Special Circumstances to Restrict IME 08/17/2006
State: LA | Segment: Courts | 141 | 0 | Popular with Wcc
The State of Louisiana Court of Appeal, Third Circuit found that the employee failed to prove "special circumstances" existed to justify the placement of restrictions on the independent medical examinations. In Henry v. Barlow, No. 06-283, 08/09/2006, Randy James Henry was involved ...Read More
Conference Will Focus on Solutions to Insurer Woes 08/17/2006
State: NA | Segment: Business | 63 | 0
An interdisciplinary group will consider solutions to challenges facing insurers, such as heightened catastrophe risk, restricted capacity, new exposures and illegal immigration, during the Society of Insurance Research Annual Conference from Oct. 22-25 in Charleston, S.C. Specific sess...Read More
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