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Injured Illegal Immigrant Awarded Workers’ Compensation

An Injured Illegal Immigrant has been Awarded Workers’ Compensation benefits in Nebraska. CID Review weighs in.

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Can a worker be fired for filing a workers’ compensation claim?

A case of a worker who claims he was fired for filing a workers’ compensation claim.

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Why Injured Workers Seek The Advice of Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

Workers’ compensation attorneys agree that communication is key. Poor communication is often the reason cited for attorney involvement in workers’ compensation cases.

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Undocumented worker is entitled to workers’ compensation

An undocumented worker with a legitimate work-related injury is entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.

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Assembly Bill 1794 Workers’ Compensation Law

California Assembly Bill 1794 is another example of workers’ compensation law trying to help employers and employers follow workers’ compensation law.

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Workers’ compensation and auto accidents

CID Review recently saw an article that involved workers’ compensation and auto accidents. The article states that the state of Illinois has filed a lawsuit against a driver (Anita Rittenberry) who struck one of the state employees (Brad Grotenfendt). As a result, the state paid […]

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Workers’ compensation fraud

Here’s an interesting case of workers’ compensation fraud. The case involved a father and son team from Wildomar, California. The pair did business under several different names (e.g. Shelby Framing and Shelby Development) in an effort to evade detection and avoid paying workers’ compensation premiums. […]

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Marijuana is not approved for workers’ compensation

In a very interesting case, marijuana is not approved for workers’ compensation. That’s right, I said marijuana. Here are the facts… A Canadian worker, Danny Auger, suffered from a pretty horrific workplace accident. Mr. Auger was injured while working on a construction site in 2009. […]

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California Workers’ Compensation Reform

The California legislature is entertaining a bill that attempts to reign in runaway worker’s compensation expenditures.

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Telecommuting and workers’ compensation legal cases

In this post, CID Review will discuss some of the telecommuting and workers’ compensation legal cases. As more and more people join the ranks of telecommuters, the likelihood of injuries and illnesses that occur in remote locations is likely to increase. One of the primary […]

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Workers’ compensation laws go into effect in Mississippi

As of July 1, some changes to the workers’ compensation laws go into effect in Mississippi. Some of the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Law Changes: employers are only responsible for the effects of a new injury, and not any pre-existing conditions, a 60 day deadline for […]

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What exactly is a willful violation?

In this post, we will attempt to answer the question, “What exactly is a willful violation?” This topic was brought to mind because a recent court case caught my eye. It’s the case of Van Dunk vs Reckson Assoc Realty Corp. In this case, the […]

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