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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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Panel Affirms Disability Rating, Bases Decision Partially on Work History 02/14/2008
State: TN | Segment: Courts | 240 | 0 | Popular with Legal | 3 min read
An appellate panel affirmed a substantial permanent partial disability award after determining that the worker's carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis significantly reduced her ability to work in the financial industry.The Supreme Court of Tennessee Special Workers' Compensation ...Read More
Pennsylvania Claimant Loses Reinstatement After Termination 02/13/2008
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 85 | 0
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court denied an employee's request to reinstate her benefits after she was terminated for falsifying company documents and insubordination.In Bittner v. WCAB, No. 1655 C.D. 2007, 2/11/08, Bittner originally suffered a compensable leg injury in 200...Read More
Pa. Employer Loses Bid for Reimbursement in Benefits Suspension 02/13/2008
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 131 | 0
An employer lost its bid for reimbursement after successfully suspending benefits to an employee who refused medical treatment because it did not seek forfeiture, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled.The court ruled that the employer was not entitled to recouping about 16 months of co...Read More
Partner's Work in Comp Cases Didn't Disqualify Lawyer 02/13/2008
State: GA | Segment: Courts | 389 | 0 | Popular with Legal
A trial court did not err when it decided not to disqualify an attorney representing a family that filed suit against a woman who is accused of misappropriating money from an estate, even though a partner in the lawyer's firm represented her in previous workers' compensation cases and probat...Read More
Pennsylvania Gets New Labor Chief 02/12/2008
State: PA | Segment: Regulatory | 147 | 0 | Popular with Vendor
Sandi Vito, Pennsylvania's deputy secretary for workforce development, has been named acting secretary for the Department of Labor & Industry by Gov. Edward G. Rendell.Vito, who's held the workforce development job for the past five years, replaces Stephen Schmerin, who left ...Read More
Pennsylvania Court Remands Because WCJ Ignored Conflicting Evidence 02/07/2008
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 148 | 0
A Pennsylvania trial court remanded a workers' compensation judge's decision because he ignored conflicting evidence and did not adequately explain his reasons for doing so.In Rosenberg v. WCAB, No. 17 C.D. 2007, 2/5/08, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania remanded a ca...Read More
Pain Doctors Say ACOEM Left Them Out of New Guidelines 02/05/2008
State: NA | Segment: Top | 662 | 0 | Popular with Vendor | 1 min read
Pain doctors have enlisted the support of two Congressmen to blast ACOEM treatment guidelines, saying the institution ignored professional comments and omitted relevant scientific literature from its analysis.Five professional groups whose members treat patients with chronic pain release...Read More
Pending Bill Creates Job-Relation Presumption for Firefighters' Cancers 02/04/2008
State: MI | Segment: Top | 408 | 0
Legislation creating a presumption that certain cancers in firefighters are job-related and thus compensable under workers’ compensation is “alive but temporarily stalled” in a Michigan Senate committee.A spokesman for the International Association of Firefighters repor...Read More
Pennsylvania Court Denies Attorneys Fees, Despite Amicus Filing 01/30/2008
State: PA | Segment: Courts | 107 | 0
An employer will not have to pay unreasonable contest fees despite the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association's amicus curiae opinion stating otherwise, an appellate court ruled.The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania affirmed a Workers' Compensation Appeals Board decision to gran...Read More
Pennsylvania Labor Secretary to Leave Jan. 31 01/29/2008
State: PA | Segment: Regulatory | 318 | 0 | Popular with Vendor
Veteran Pennsylvania Labor & Industry Secretary Stephen M. Schmerin has resigned effective Jan. 31, ending a five-year tenure that includes workers' compensation reforms that Gov. Edward G. Rendell said "significantly reduced" processing time for workers' compensation and unemployment cl...Read More
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