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Missouri: Seasonal, Full-Time Work Shows Worker Was Not Permanently Totally Disabled
Posted on 1 Jan 2022 by Thomas A. Robinson

The Missouri Commission was justified in filing that an injured worker did not suffer from a permanent total disability where evidence indicated that following his injuries, the worker worked on a full-time, seasonable basis, held a state appellate court... Read More

Pennsylvania: For AWW Purposes, NFL Player is Not “Seasonal”
Posted on 9 Feb 2020 by Thomas A. Robinson

Acknowledging that in two earlier decisions, the Pennsylvania appellate court had held that NFL players are “seasonal” employees for purposes of competing their average weekly wage following a work-related injury, the appellate court said... Read More

Arizona: Ballet Dancer Is Not “Seasonal” Worker for Purposes of Computing Average Monthly Wage
Posted on 2 Oct 2015 by Larson's Spotlight

An Arizona appellate court held that the Industrial Commission erred when it found a professional ballet dancer’s work was “seasonal” because the employer’s ballet “season” was usually 32 weeks each year. Because of... Read More

The Salas Dilemma -- Full Frontal Assault on Workers’ Rights vs. Equitable Defenses to Illegal Conduct
Posted on 5 Jun 2014 by Karen C. Yotis

You be the judge in this controversial case involving what some call undocumented worker Armageddon Karen C. Yotis, Esq., a Feature Resident Columnist for the LexisNexis Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter , provides insights into workplace issues... Read More