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Must Love Dogs: DE Superior Court Rules Commutation Is Enforceable

Today we have a guest blogger, Cheryl Ward of Franklin & Prokopic. I am especially grateful to have a guest for what will be for most a short work week. Pictured here is Cheryl’s dog Shamrock. And while we all know I am not a “dog person”, I have to respect the fact that Cheryl...

Shining Scars and a Pocket Dictionary: Delaware IAB Awards a Staggering 427 Weeks for Disfigurement

I heard about this one courtesy of Mr. Brady as he was dipping out my Black Bean Sirloin Chili at last week’s Holland Inn of Court. Turns out he also likes cornbread and between compliments on my culinary skills, he wanted to make sure I was aware of our case du jour , Heather Stevens v. Sam’s...

Late Breaking News from the Delaware Supreme Court on the Meaning of the Word “Resolved”

Folks, this is what many of you have been waiting for. The latest word from the Supremes on whether describing the nature of injury on an Agreement as to Compensation tendered by the Employer to include the word “resolved” precludes a future claim for permanent impairment….and by extension...