Workers' Compensation

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New York: Two-Year Delay in Contesting Coverage Bars Carrier From Pushing Loss to Second Carrier
Posted on 14 Dec 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

Where a carrier accepted the claim and did not contest coverage for two years, it was appropriate for the Board to apply the doctrine of laches and preclude that carrier from litigation the coverage issue with another carrier. The court acknowledged that... Read More

North Carolina: Insurer’s Anti-Fraud Actions May Backfire into Punitive Damages
Posted on 7 Sep 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

An injured worker, who sustained catastrophic injuries that initially rendered him comatose and which ultimately resulted in significant behavioral and memory deficits, including deficits in executive functioning, problem solving, planning, and balance... Read More