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The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Special Workers’ Compensation Appeals panel ruled that a former highway maintenance worker was entitled to a permanent partial disability award for an injury to his legs, as well as reconsideration of his disability from two prior industrial injuries....Read More
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VAN NUYS, California — Lien claimant hearing representatives sat around a table on Tuesday talking about what one of them called the latest roadblock erected for lien claimants: Labor Code Section 4903.05.
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The Nebraska Supreme Court reinstated a worker’s claim against a comp carrier, finding the carrier was not entitled to dismissal of the claim because it failed to prove it had canceled the employer’s policy prior to the date of the worker’s accident.
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The New Jersey Supreme Court will review an appellate decision that granted the New Jersey Division of Workers' Compensation jurisdiction over a state resident's workers' compensation claim, even though he was injured in New York.
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The Supreme Judicial Court of Maine ruled that the doctrine of res judicata prevents a party from seeking to change the permanent impairment level associated with an employee’s work-related injury after that level has been established by a prior decree.
Case: Bailey v. City of Lewis...Read More
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An administrative law judge has again postponed a hearing in which providers and their billing companies are opposing a proposed rule that would allow the Division of Workers’ Compensation to step aside from medical fee disputes that involve managed care contracts.