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MO: Employer Owes for Heart Attack After Work-Related Arm Surgery

An employer owes for a heart attack after a work-related arm surgery, according to a recent Commission decision which modified a denial of benefits. The administrative law judge found the claimant failed to show work was the prevailing factor in light of claimant's severe cardiovascular disease that...

Larson’s Spotlight on Recent Cases: Illegal Immigration Status Doesn’t Bar Benefits

Larson's Spotlight on Illegal Aliens, Rehabilitation Services, Lump Sum, and Heart Attack. Larson's surveys the latest case developments that you need to know about. Thomas A. Robinson, the staff writer for Larson's Workers' Compensation Law , has compiled the list below. KS:...

Larson’s Spotlight on Recent Cases: Illegal Immigration Status Doesn’t Bar Benefits

Larson's Spotlight on Illegal Aliens, Rehabilitation Services, Lump Sum, and Heart Attack. Larson's surveys the latest case developments that you need to know about. Thomas A. Robinson, the staff writer for Larson's Workers' Compensation Law , has compiled the list below. ...

Kentucky: ALJ’s Findings that Fatal Heart Attack Was Not Causally Linked to Employment Found Erroneous

Where uncontradicted evidence indicated that the deceased service center manager had been under extreme stress—on the day prior to the manager’s fatal heart attack he had been advised by an EPA representative that the service center’s gas tanks were not in compliance and would have...

New York: Medical Testimony as to Possible Causes of Heart Attack Did Not Meet Evidentiary Standard

The New York Workers’ Compensation Board erred when it found that a corrections officer's work activities were causally connected to his myocardial infarction where the employer’s medical expert opined that the infarction was not caused by work-related physical activity, but instead was...