Workers' Compensation

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New York: Videotape and Social Media Evidence Torpedo Worker’s Claim for Benefits
Posted on 4 Jan 2019 by Thomas A. Robinson

Where a workers’ compensation claimant represented to an independent medical examiner that he could not sit upright or stand without head support, that he became dizzy from time to time, could not engage in play or other activities with his son... Read More

An Ominous Portent for Maryland’s Business Community: Workers’ Compensation Commission Revises Procedural Regulations
Posted on 12 Jul 2013 by Lance G. Montour

By Lance Montour, Esq. It has been some time since the entirety of the regulations governing workers' compensation were reviewed and revised. For a number of years, the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission has addressed concerns on an... Read More

California: Anti-Paparazzi Law Inapplicable in a Workers' Compensation Proceeding
Posted on 21 Oct 2014 by Calif. WCAB Noteworthy Panel Decisions Reporter

In Duong v. Automobile Club of Southern California , 2014 Cal. Wrk. Comp. P.D. LEXIS –, a WCAB panel held that a sub rosa video recorded by the defendant in the parking lot of a mobile home park (where the applicant did not live) and inside an Albertson’s... Read More

CO: Senate Committee Rejects Bill to Restrict Video Surveillance
Posted on 6 May 2010 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

DENVER, CO - The Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee last night voted down HB 1012, which would have limited the use of surveillance of employees who have filed a workers' compensation claim. Source: Insurance Journal Read More

Pros and Cons of Workers' Comp Surveillance Discussed in New Podcast
Posted on 8 Apr 2010 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

Attorney Alan S. Pierce, host of Workers' Comp Matters , discusses the pros and cons of workers' compensation surveillance with Jodi Harris from Blue Eagle Investigations. Access the podcast Source: LegalTalkNetowrk Read More