Workers' Compensation

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Wyoming: Undocumented Worker Might Avoid Exclusive Remedy Defense
Posted on 3 Oct 2014 by Larson's Spotlight

Wyoming’s definition of “employee,” which includes illegal aliens only if the employer reasonably believes both at the date of hire and the date of injury, based upon documentation in the employer’s possession, that the worker... Read More

Everybody Loves Pedro: Delaware IAB’s Recent Ruling On Illegals Creates Migrant Headache For Employers
Posted on 10 Apr 2015 by Cassandra Roberts

So fresh off the revelry of the Holland Workers Compensation Inn of Court and coming down from the sugar high created by cheesecake on parade, I hear from my dear one, Walt Schmittinger. And while I applaud Walt for his timely sharing of an IAB ruling... Read More

MO: Commission Rejects "Illegal Alien" Defense
Posted on 22 Jul 2011 by Martin Klug

The employer argued that the claimant was not entitled to any benefits because she was an illegal alien. The claimant, 42, admits she was trying to "work out" her immigration status. She admitted crossing the Mexican border illegally 19 years... Read More