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Nevada: Stroke Victim May Not Sue Employer for Delay in Seeking Medical Treatment
Posted on 21 Sep 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

The Supreme Court of Nevada, reversing a decision of the state’s court of appeals, held that a Las Vegas casino employee could not maintain a civil action against his employer to recover damages for its alleged delay in seeking medical treatment... Read More

Alaska: Employer Hit For Attorney’s Fees When IME Request Delays Surgery
Posted on 7 Dec 2016 by Thomas A. Robinson

The Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board appropriately awarded an injured worker attorney’s fees pursuant to Alaska Stat. § 23.30.145(b), where a school bus driver underwent two spinal surgeries following a work-related accident and, about... Read More

Oklahoma: Civil Action Against Comp Insurer Barred by Exclusive Remedy Rule
Posted on 16 Feb 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

Plaintiff’s civil action against a workers’ compensation insurance insurer alleging that it failed to timely provide reasonable and necessary medical treatment, as ordered by the Workers’ Compensation Court, was appropriately dismissed... Read More