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On December 24, 2009, at approximately 4:30 p.m., a swing stage collapsed on a construction project at 2757 Kipling Avenue, Toronto. At least six workers were on the stage at the time of the collapse. Five of them fell...more
The Sixth Circuit has held that a group of transportation workers have a property right in their entitlement to workers' compensation benefits under Michigan law, and that the denial of their workers' compensation claims may...more
North Carolina law requires any business with three or more employees (including owners working in the business) to carry workers compensation insurance. Until recently, there wasn’t much penalty to employers who scoffed at...more
Duty to Accommodate in Policing in Relation to Drug Use/Addition of Police Officers. A Comparative Look at the Decisions of Hall, Kelly, and Vaughan-Evans....more
U.S. employers and workers' compensation insurers are increasingly worried about the cost of work-related car accidents. Distracted driving accounts for a growing number of those accidents, which can cost them big in terms of...more
A class that could include as many as 6,900 Wal-Mart employees in Colorado is suing the retailer and its insurers in federal court for conspiring to interfere with their workers' compensation-related medical treatment....more
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