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Nevada: Are Your Benefits Calculated Correctly?
Posted on 13 Oct 2011 by Virginia Hunt

When the adjuster sends you a benefit check if you are out of work due to your work accident, she should also send you a letter telling you how she calculated your average monthly wage (AMW). The AMW is the amount used to calculate your out-of-work compensation... Read More

Nevada: Terrible New Decision for Injured Workers on PPD Ratings
Posted on 4 Dec 2011 by Virginia Hunt

Just before Thanksgiving, the Nevada Supreme Court published a turkey of a decision that robs injured workers of disability award money. In Public Agency Compensation Trust v. Blake, 127 Nev. Adv. Op. 77 (2011), the court invalidated a long-standing DIR... Read More

Judge Strikes Down Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act as Unconstitutional
Posted on 12 May 2017 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

An Alabama Circuit Court Judge found unconstitutional two separate provisions of the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act—the $220 cap on weekly PPD benefits [Ala. Code § 25-5-68] and a 15 percent cap on attorneys’ fees [Ala. Code... Read More

Nevada: Are Your Benefits Calculated Correctly?
Posted on 13 Oct 2011 by Virginia Hunt

When the adjuster sends you a benefit check if you are out of work due to your work accident, she should also send you a letter telling you how she calculated your average monthly wage (AMW). The AMW is the amount used to calculate your out-of-work compensation... Read More

Nevada: Terrible New Decision for Injured Workers on PPD Ratings
Posted on 4 Dec 2011 by Virginia Hunt

Just before Thanksgiving, the Nevada Supreme Court published a turkey of a decision that robs injured workers of disability award money. In Public Agency Compensation Trust v. Blake, 127 Nev. Adv. Op. 77 (2011), the court invalidated a long-standing DIR... Read More