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Industrial Commission Fight Song
Posted on 24 Jun 2008 by Lex Larson

Industrial Commission Fight Song This song has everything you will ever need to know about the history of workers' compensation. Credits: Lyrics by Lex Larson. Vocals, banjo: Lex Larson. Drums, Euphonium, Backup Vocals: Todd Gambling. Guitar... Read More

OSHA Man Blues
Posted on 11 Dec 2008 by Lex Larson

OSHA Man Blues With music in traditional 12-bar blues, Lex Larson and his band present the "OSHA Man Blues". Credits: Vocal, bass: Lex Larson . Lead guitar: Ken Larson . Percussion, guitar: Todd Gambling. Legal disclaimer: The views expressed... Read More

Are You Odd Enough for Me?
Posted on 16 Sep 2010 by Lex Larson

This song brings into play the “Odd Lot Doctrine,” which, as many of you already know, is a widely accepted principle of workers’ compensation law. According to this doctrine, if you are so odd that no one will give you a job, then you... Read More

Suin' Around
Posted on 4 Aug 2008 by Lex Larson

Suin' Around This song has more than you ever wanted to know about the intentional tort exception to the principle of workers' compensation exclusivity. Credits: Lyrics: Lex Larson. Vocals, guitar (Martin D-18 1995): Lex Larson. Bass (Kay... Read More

  • Blog Post: Industrial Commission Fight Song

    Industrial Commission Fight Song This song has everything you will ever need to know about the history of workers' compensation. Credits: Lyrics by Lex Larson. Vocals, banjo: Lex Larson. Drums, Euphonium, Backup Vocals: Todd Gambling. Guitar: Ken Larson. Legal disclaimer: The views expressed...
  • Blog Post: Suin' Around

    Suin' Around This song has more than you ever wanted to know about the intentional tort exception to the principle of workers' compensation exclusivity. Credits: Lyrics: Lex Larson. Vocals, guitar (Martin D-18 1995): Lex Larson. Bass (Kay 1960): Alexandro Larsonikavich. Open back banjo...
  • Blog Post: OSHA Man Blues

    OSHA Man Blues With music in traditional 12-bar blues, Lex Larson and his band present the "OSHA Man Blues". Credits: Vocal, bass: Lex Larson . Lead guitar: Ken Larson . Percussion, guitar: Todd Gambling. Legal disclaimer: The views expressed in this song are not necessarily those of Lex...
  • Blog Post: Are You Odd Enough for Me?

    This song brings into play the “Odd Lot Doctrine,” which, as many of you already know, is a widely accepted principle of workers’ compensation law. According to this doctrine, if you are so odd that no one will give you a job, then you are considered totally disabled and therefore entitled...