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Five Recent Cases You Should Know About (12/31/2010)

Larson's Spotlight on Horseplay, Illegal Alien, Sexual Assault, Independent Contractor, Chronic Pain and Depression. 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...

Missouri: Commission Guts Benefits to Sex Assault Victim

When there is no other evidence on the issue of rate, the statutory minimum rate of $40 a week applies. The claimant has the burden to prove rate. Boilerplate pleading asserting the "maximum" rate on a claim did not entitle claimant to the statutory maximum rate, even when the employer was...

GA: Kidnapped and Sexually Assaulted Employee’s Negligence Action Against Employer Barred by Exclusivity

A Georgia appellate court recently affirmed a trial court’s decision granting summary judgment in favor of an employer in a negligence action filed against it by an employee who was attacked and kidnapped from the parking lot of the store at which she worked and was thereafter physically and sexually...

Sexual Assault by Co-Worker Not Injury AOE/COE: Cal. Comp. Cases June Advanced Postings (6/25/2014)

Here are the fourth batch of advanced postings for June, and first batch of advanced postings for the July 2014 issue of Cal. Comp. Cases. Lexis.com and Lexis Advance subscribers can link to the case to read the complete headnotes and summaries. © Copyright 2014 LexisNexis. All rights reserved...

California Workers’ Comp Case Roundup (4/29/2016)

CALIFORNIA COMPENSATION CASES Vol. 81 No. 4 April 2016 A Report of En Banc and Significant Panel Decisions of the WCAB and Selected Court Opinions of Related Interest, With a Digest of WCAB Decisions Denied Judicial Review CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE © Copyright 2016 LexisNexis. All rights...

Wisconsin: Comp Insurer Need Not Defend Employee Accused of Sexual Assault on Co-Employee

An employer’s workers’ compensation insurer had no duty to defend an employee, Rydberg, who had been sued by af co-employee who claimed that Rydberg sexually groped her while both were at work on the employer’s premises. The Wisconsin appellate court indicated that the co-employee had...