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New Jersey: Attorney’s Fees in Death Benefits Case Should be Based on Mortality Tables for Surviving Spouse
Posted on 25 Jul 2019 by Thomas A. Robinson

A New Jersey appellate court affirmed a final judgment entered by the Division of Workers’ Compensation awarding fees to counsel for the surviving spouse of a worker who succumbed to an occupational disease based on the surviving spouse’s... Read More

New Hampshire: Fees on Fees May Be Awarded to Successful Claimant
Posted on 22 Jun 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

Pursuant to N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 281-A:44, VI, an injured worker was entitled to reimbursement of reasonable attorney’s fees and costs that she incurred in successfully litigating an attorney fee dispute, held the Supreme Court of New Hampshire... Read More

CWCI/WCIRB Study Confirms Post-Reform Reductions in ASC Facility Fees
Posted on 11 Mar 2015 by California Workers' Compensation Institute

Average facility fees paid to ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) for treatment of injured workers in California have declined 27% per episode and 29% per procedure since fee schedule changes mandated by SB 863 were adopted in 2013 according to updated... Read More