Workers' Compensation

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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

Free National Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter: 2010-2016 Archives and Article List
Posted on 18 Jun 2013 by Robin E. Kobayashi

Take a deep dive into our past issues for the LexisNexis National Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter, Powered by Larson’s . Click here to subscribe to this FREE eNewsletter. To report any linking problems, email Robin.E.Kobayashi@lexisnexis... Read More

Larson’s Workers’ Comp 101 Series: Physical Incapacity Plus Employee's Misconduct or Quitting
Posted on 1 Aug 2016 by Larson's Spotlight

© Copyright 2016 LexisNexis. All rights reserved. This article is excerpted from Larson’s Workers’ Compensation Law , Ch. 84. Sometimes the causal problem of disability is further complicated by adding to medical and economic factors... Read More

Matthew Bender: Celebrating 125 Years of Trusted Analytical Content and Forward-Thinking Innovation
Posted on 23 Jul 2012 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

Matthew Bender ® : providing trusted analytical content for 125 years and looking toward the future While classic expert legal resources remain its heart and soul, Matthew Bender ® continues to reinvent itself to bring you innovative products... Read More

National and State-by-State Workers' Comp News Powered by Larson's (8/8/2016)
Posted on 8 Aug 2016 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

Aetna Calls Off Planned Expansion Into ACA Market . CA: WCIRB Posts Annual Report on State of Workers Comp Insurance System . CA: WCIRB Releases Aggregate Medical Payment Trends 2015 Update . CA: WCIRB Governing Committee to Meet Aug. 10 . ... Read More

Five Recent Cases You Should Know About (10/15/2010)
Posted on 15 Oct 2010 by Larson's Spotlight

Larson's Spotlight on Nocturnal Seizure, Intentional Tort, Heart Disease, Credit Against Disability Retirement Benefits, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Larson's surveys the latest case developments that you need to know about. Thomas A. Robinson... Read More

Iowa: Employee Bowling League Injury Not Work-Related
Posted on 8 Oct 2010 by H. Edwin Detlie

Extensively citing Larson’s definitive work on Workers’ Compensation, the Iowa Court of Appeals found that an employee who is injured in a company bowling event is not entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, reversing the finding... Read More

Free National Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter: 2010-2012 Archives and Article List
Posted on 17 Dec 2010 by Robin E. Kobayashi

Take a deep dive into our past issues for the LexisNexis National Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter, Powered by Larson’s . Click here to subscribe to this FREE eNewsletter. To report any linking problems, email Robin.E.Kobayashi@lexisnexis... 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

IA: Court Denies Workers’ Comp Claim for Bowling Party Injury
Posted on 7 Oct 2010 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

Citing Larson’s Workers’ Compensation Law (LexisNexis), the Iowa Court of Appeals denied the workers’ compensation claim of a man who said he sustained an injury at a company bowling party. Read it at Radio Iowa . Read More

Matthew Bender: Celebrating 125 Years of Trusted Analytical Content and Forward-Thinking Innovation
Posted on 23 Jul 2012 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

Matthew Bender ® : providing trusted analytical content for 125 years and looking toward the future While classic expert legal resources remain its heart and soul, Matthew Bender ® continues to reinvent itself to bring you innovative products... Read More

Larson Unplugged Releases New Song on Odd Lot Doctrine for Workers’ Compensation
Posted on 15 Sep 2010 by Lex Larson

“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... Read More