Workers' Compensation

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California: Is There a Limit on the Employer’s Control Over Medical Treatment?
Posted on 19 Jan 2018 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

Any information or opinions contained in this commentary are not necessarily endorsed by LexisNexis® or its affiliates or by the LexisNexis® editorial consultants who review panel decisions. The appropriate provision of medical treatment is... Read More

California: When Due Process Becomes “Inconvenient”
Posted on 7 Dec 2017 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

Circumstances sometimes arise where justice requires that a party’s due process rights trump the inconvenience it may cause to a witness. Scheduling witness testimony is not an exact science, and often results in a minor and sometimes major inconvenience... Read More

Federal: Work Comp Insurance Adjuster’s Retaliatory Discharge Action Fails When Investigation Shows She Padded Resume and Exaggerated Employment Experience
Posted on 20 Jun 2014 by Larson's Spotlight

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a decision by a federal district court granting summary judgment in favor of an insurance company/employer sued for retaliatory discharge by a disgruntled claims adjuster, who contended she was improperly... Read More