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California: Employer Representative at Applicant's Deposition

The WCAB issued an opinion, Padilla v. LAMTA , (6/28/10, ADJ6981165) which dealt with the issue of having an employer representative at the deposition (especially during the portions in which prior medical history was being discussed). If you would like a copy of the opinion, please let me know. ...

MO: No Medical History? No Problem.

Medical records did not have to document a work injury to obtain disability benefits, according to the Missouri Court of Appeals in the case Daly v Powell Distributing , WD 71575, 71576 (Mo. App. 9-28-10). The court of appeals remanded claimant’s two cases to re-address whether claimant was...

MO: Chiropractor Awarded Benefits After Falling at Work

Claimant is a chiropractor physician who maintains his office as the company owner, and states on a day the office was closed he fell from a six foot ladder while changing a light and injured both shoulders. Claimant stated that he didn’t want to give a work history because he didn’t want...

Florida: Truck Driver Disqualified From Comp Benefits for Misleading Physicians

A Florida appellate court affirmed a decision by a state judge of compensation claims that barred a long-haul truck driver from receiving workers’ compensation benefits for an alleged work-related injury based on findings that the driver had given false and misleading statements to, among other...