Workers' Compensation

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Colorado: "Disability" Need Not Always Involve Medical Incapacity
Posted on 16 Feb 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

While the concept of “disability” within the worker’s compensation setting ordinarily requires a demonstration of both medical incapacity and loss of wage earnings, a claimant is not always required to prove both components to establish... Read More

New York: Board’s Decision to Reduce WCLJ’s Loss of Wage-Earning Capacity was Justified
Posted on 8 Sep 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

Substantial evidence supported the Board’s determination that claimant sustained a 65 percent loss of wage-earning capacity—instead of the 75 percent loss found by the WCLJ—where the Board acknowledged that claimant was unable to return... Read More