Workers' Compensation

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Minnesota: Workers’ Compensation Provides Exclusive Remedy for Teacher Injured in Fight at School
Posted on 1 Jun 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

A Minnesota high school teacher and lunchroom supervisor, who sustained injuries when he tried to break up a fight between two students during a lunch period, may not maintain a civil action against his employer (and various officials) for negligence... Read More

The Top 10 Bizarre Workers' Comp Cases for 2013
Posted on 2 Jan 2014 by Thomas A. Robinson

© Copyright 2014 LexisNexis. All rights reserved. For reprint permission, contact Robin.E.Kobayashi@lexisnexis.com . During the past several Januarys, I’ve shared with readers my annual list of bizarre workers’ compensation cases for... Read More

Alabama: Former Employee’s Civil Action Alleging Assault and Battery Barred by Exclusivity
Posted on 26 Aug 2016 by Thomas A. Robinson

A trial court should have dismissed a former employee’s assault and battery and tort-of-outrage claims against the former employer because they were barred by the exclusive remedy provisions of the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act, held the... Read More