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A Double Dip of Permanency as Delaware Celebrates the Fourth of July
Posted on 9 Jul 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

Hopefully you are all back at your desk after an extended holiday. My daughters are pictured above enjoying the Rockwood Ice Cream Festival this past weekend. And ice cream is about all one claimant can hope for after a recent ruling disallowing her any... Read More

Brain Teaser: A New Take on Head Trauma and Related Impairment in Delaware
Posted on 26 Jul 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

The summer release of IAB decisions includes two recent rulings that deal with closed head injury and claims for permanent impairment pursuant to 19 Del. Code Section 2326 . Both are claimant-friendly rulings worth sharing. Case #1: Charles Buckman... Read More

Head Case: Superior Court Upholds Delaware IAB Decision Denying Permanent Impairment In Head Trauma Case
Posted on 23 Jan 2013 by Cassandra Roberts

Cases involving head trauma are usually taken pretty seriously by the Delaware IAB. And the experienced practitioner knows that a variety of permanency can be fleshed out of a good old-fashioned knock on the noggin. As a chronic migraine sufferer (with... Read More

Less is More—A Study in Comparative Permanency Ratings in Delaware
Posted on 8 Jun 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

First and foremost, please enjoy (above) the view of our new offices. A whole lotta white marble going on, and it's a look I can get used to. In fact, I am kind of coveting the white marble conference room tables as something that would really have... Read More

The Shalkshank Redemption: AMA Guide 6th Edition Reigns Supreme in the First State
Posted on 9 Nov 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

This is a salute to my colleague Colin Shalk, hence the title of this post. I don't know if Colin would ever hide a rock hammer in a Bible like our protagonist Andy Dufresne, but he is just as clever in the outcome of today's case du jour, with... Read More