Workers' Compensation

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Have Yourself a Merry Little Waiver: Referral of Medical Treatment for UR Concedes Causation in Delaware
Posted on 16 Dec 2015 by Cassandra Roberts

It is very fitting to feature a case involving UPS this time of year. I stumbled upon Paul Schneider v United Parcel Service , IAB#1283119 (12/1/15) and what makes this case a bit of a “re-gifting” is that it contains what most would think... Read More

Thank Heaven for Little Girls….. and “Clean Claims” in Delaware
Posted on 23 Oct 2014 by Cassandra Roberts

This comes to us from Christopher Logullo of Chrissinger & Baumberger, also known as in-house counsel for Liberty Mutual. I had commented recently about how I love hearing from counsel regarding their cases and more importantly, their take on the... Read More

No "Lunacy" Here in Delaware: Employer's Payment of Medical Bills Does Not Create an "Implied Agreement" for Statute of Limitations Purposes
Posted on 17 Oct 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

Today is post is compliments of Nancy Chrissinger Cobb. And spoiler alert-- this case is boring. Not your usual Harlequin romance of a workers comp scenario..... But that said, it was authored by Chief Hearing Officer Baum and that alone makes it worth... Read More

Hatchet Job: Delaware IAB Orders Separation of Bills for Compensable Body Part
Posted on 26 Sep 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

Today's post is offered up by attorney Chris Logullo of Chrissinger & Baumberger. A recent Motion Day Hearing on the issue of what happens when the carrier requests that the doctor delineate his medical charges to parcel out the compensable treatment... Read More

No "Lunacy" Here in Delaware: Employer's Payment of Medical Bills Does Not Create an "Implied Agreement" for Statute of Limitations Purposes
Posted on 17 Oct 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

Today is post is compliments of Nancy Chrissinger Cobb. And spoiler alert-- this case is boring. Not your usual Harlequin romance of a workers comp scenario..... But that said, it was authored by Chief Hearing Officer Baum and that alone makes it worth... Read More