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Two Out of Three Ain't Bad-- A Little Ditty about Course and Scope in Delaware

Last month must have been course and scope month at the IAB. Three recent releases from the IAB all discuss the issue of course and scope, specifically the "going and coming rule". I myself took a little trip down to Baltimore two nights ago to be part of a Charles Stanley book signing at Barnes...

They’ve Paved Paradise and Put Up a Parking Lot….a Delaware Primer on the Premises Rule

Three beautiful children.....Ben, Allison and Chase. They belong to my partner Tim Lengkeek. Tim and his wife Michele make pretty kids. Tim makes even prettier law.....be it in work comp or otherwise. Today's post is a gift for all the neophyte comp lawyers. Nothing novel, nothing too intense...

They’ve Paved Paradise and Put Up a Parking Lot….a Delaware Primer on the Premises Rule

Three beautiful children.....Ben, Allison and Chase. They belong to my partner Tim Lengkeek. Tim and his wife Michele make pretty kids. Tim makes even prettier law.....be it in work comp or otherwise. Today's post is a gift for all the neophyte comp lawyers. Nothing novel, nothing too intense...

Happy Birthday, Cruiser T…..and a Premises Rule Decision In DE That’s a Gift for Claimants Everywhere

Today is Cruiser T's first birthday. You may recall that little Cruiser is the younger of my two rescue cats.....his older sister being the infamous Nutella Grace. I think I am going to bring home a vanilla ice cream cake and let Cruiser have at it. Today is also special in that I heard from Brian...

Happy Birthday, Cruiser T…..and a Premises Rule Decision In DE That’s a Gift for Claimants Everywhere

Today is Cruiser T's first birthday. You may recall that little Cruiser is the younger of my two rescue cats.....his older sister being the infamous Nutella Grace. I think I am going to bring home a vanilla ice cream cake and let Cruiser have at it. Today is also special in that I heard from...

Wawa and the Warehouse: Mixed Bag Results on Course & Scope in Delaware

Today is all about me……. (Just kidding.... well, kinda, sorta)….. I offer you two very recent rulings on course and scope, both of which are mine. In the interest of parity, and lest you think I only profile my wins, we have one which was a winner and one which was a loser. And as...

Maryland: Police Offer’s Injuries Avoiding His 2-Year-old Found Not Compensable

A Prince George’s County police detective, who sustained ankle and knee injuries when he jumped to the side near the front door of his residence to avoid his two-year-old child as he exited his residence en route to retrieve his police cruiser, did not sustain an injury arising out of and in the...