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Many Work-related Disabilities Go Uncompensated: Compromising "The Great Compromise"

By John Stahl, Esq. Evidence that many workers’ compensation claimants have not received payments under “The Great Compromise” – the bargain that traded the right to sue employers regarding employment-related harm for the right to timely and appropriate benefits – has...

A Call For Workers' Compensation Reform - Compromising The Great Compromise: Many Work-Related Disabilities Are Uncompensated

By John Stahl, Esq. Evidence that many workers’ compensation claimants have not received payments under “The Great Compromise” – the bargain that traded the right to sue employers regarding employment-related harm for the right to timely and appropriate benefits – has...

Workers’ Comp, Texas Style: A Highly Regulated System in a Pro-Business State

By Stuart D. Colburn and Albert Betts, Jr. Cotton, cattle and oil were the primary economic engines when Texas first adopted workers’ compensation. In the 100+ years since, the economy and workers’ compensation laws have changed dramatically. The shift from an agricultural to a manufacturing...