By John Stahl, Esq.
Evidence that many workers’ compensation claimants have not received payments under “The Great Compromise” – the bargain that traded the right to sue employers regarding employment-related harm for the right...
By Stuart D. Colburn and Albert Betts, Jr.
Cotton, cattle and oil were the primary economic engines when Texas first adopted workers’ compensation. In the 100+ years since, the economy and workers’ compensation laws have changed dramatically...
In this Emerging Issues Analysis article now available on the LexisNexis Bookstore for purchase, Karen C. Yotis, Esq. examines the 2011 legislative reforms to Illinois workers’ compensation from a claims-handling perspective, as explained to her...
The workers' comp community is abuzz with rumors about the impending comprehensive comp reform bill.
I've not yet seen the bill (which could still be revised before it is introduced in print in the next week or so).
But based on the summary...