Workers' Compensation

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New York: Truck Driver’s Failure to Mention Side Business Did Not Result in Forfeiture of Benefits
Posted on 16 Jun 2019 by Thomas A. Robinson

A New York truck driver’s failure to disclose his involvement in an online and retail flower business was not the sort of misrepresentation that should disqualify him from receiving workers’ compensation benefits under N.Y. Workers’... Read More

Louisiana: Claimant Misrepresents Ability to Work and Forfeits Comp Benefits
Posted on 19 Apr 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

A grant of summary judgment by the Louisiana Office of Workers’ Compensation that order the forfeiture of a claimant’s right to workers' compensation benefits under La. Stat. Ann. 23:1208, based upon a finding that he made false statements... Read More

Take Medicare Off That Check: Court Rules That Medicare Not Required to be on Settlement Check
Posted on 19 Jun 2012 by Mark Popolizio, Esquire

By: Mark Popolizio, Esquire, Crowe Paradis Services Corporation In Hearn v. Dollar Rent A Car, Inc., et. al. , 2012 Ga. App. LEXIS 338 (Ga. Ct. App. March 26, 2012), the Georgia Court of Appeals was called upon to address whether the court could enforce... Read More

Take Medicare Off That Check: Court Rules That Medicare Not Required to be on Settlement Check
Posted on 19 Jun 2012 by Mark Popolizio, Esquire

By: Mark Popolizio, Esquire, Crowe Paradis Services Corporation In Hearn v. Dollar Rent A Car, Inc., et. al. , 2012 Ga. App. LEXIS 338 (Ga. Ct. App. March 26, 2012), the Georgia Court of Appeals was called upon to address whether the court could enforce... Read More