Workers' Compensation

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District of Columbia: Denial of Continued TTD Benefits Appropriate Where Claimant Exaggerated Symptoms
Posted on 8 Jan 2016 by Larson's Spotlight

A District of Columbia appellate court held substantial evidence supported the CRB’s ruling that a workers’ compensation claimant had undergone a change in condition and was no longer totally disabled and no longer entitled to TTD benefits... Read More

An Alarming Mortality and Morbidity Trend Among Middle-Aged White Non-Hispanic Americans Suggests Implications for Ability to Work
Posted on 3 Dec 2015 by Thomas A. Robinson

Despite strides in medical care, mortality/morbidity is rising among this important demographic due to drugs, alcohol, suicide, liver disease and cirrhosis According to a study recently released by two Princeton University economists, the broadly observed... Read More

Sex, Lies and Videotape: Injured worker's pornographic videos posted on the Internet show violation of his medical restrictions
Posted on 24 Jan 2011 by Robin E. Kobayashi

Note: This is the first in a series on the use of the Internet and social media as evidence in workers’ compensation cases. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, has said “You have one identity. The days of you having a different image for... Read More