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Score One for Our Team: DSBA 2011 Annual Work Comp Seminar Is a Winner

Props to (my hero) Gary Baker, Jessica Welch and Nancy Cobb who (with some modest assistance from yours truly) put together a heck of a seminar. I thought it would be appropriate to offer some brief snippets of wisdom from the event for those of you who could not attend. In addition, I am taking it upon...

Beat the Clock: Implied Agreement in DE Enlarges Statute of Limitations to 5 Years

Okay this case is not really hot off the press, I am embarrassed to say. It was kindly brought to my attention by Henry Davis Esq... and supplied to me by Steve Morrow Esq. I am blogging about it with the belief that if I make a copy available with a few brief comments, some one some where will some...

No "Lunacy" Here in Delaware: Employer's Payment of Medical Bills Does Not Create an "Implied Agreement" for Statute of Limitations Purposes

Today is post is compliments of Nancy Chrissinger Cobb. And spoiler alert-- this case is boring. Not your usual Harlequin romance of a workers comp scenario..... But that said, it was authored by Chief Hearing Officer Baum and that alone makes it worth perusing. It's not his fault that the facts...

No "Lunacy" Here in Delaware: Employer's Payment of Medical Bills Does Not Create an "Implied Agreement" for Statute of Limitations Purposes

Today is post is compliments of Nancy Chrissinger Cobb. And spoiler alert-- this case is boring. Not your usual Harlequin romance of a workers comp scenario..... But that said, it was authored by Chief Hearing Officer Baum and that alone makes it worth perusing. It's not his fault that the facts...

A New Spin on Mexican Take-Out: Delaware Superior Court Strikes 45-Day Utilization Review Appeal Period as Invalid

A big shout-out to Nancy Chrissinger Cobb and Mike Galbraith who kept their promise to provide me with a "breaking news" update when the Superior Court ruled on the pending challenge to the 45-day UR appeal period. The decision of Judge Streett released January 6, 2012 represents a consolidation...

A New Spin on Mexican Take-Out: Delaware Superior Court Strikes 45-Day Utilization Review Appeal Period as Invalid

A big shout-out to Nancy Chrissinger Cobb and Mike Galbraith who kept their promise to provide me with a "breaking news" update when the Superior Court ruled on the pending challenge to the 45-day UR appeal period. The decision of Judge Streett released January 6, 2012 represents a consolidation...

Refried Beans – Delaware Supreme Court Agrees to Re-visit the Mexican Take-out Case on UR Appeal Deadline

In my post of 1/10/12 titled "A new Spin on Mexican take-out: Delaware Superior Court strikes 45 day UR appeal period as invalid", I alerted y'all to the ruling by Judge Streett on January 6, 2012, representing a consolidation of three cases: Salvador Avila-Hernandez v. Timber Products...

Refried Beans – Delaware Supreme Court Agrees to Re-visit the Mexican Take-out Case on UR Appeal Deadline

In my post of 1/10/12 titled "A new Spin on Mexican take-out: Delaware Superior Court strikes 45 day UR appeal period as invalid", I alerted y'all to the ruling by Judge Streett on January 6, 2012, representing a consolidation of three cases: Salvador Avila-Hernandez v. Timber Products...

Not Just Another Daddy’s Girl….And a New Development on the Statute of Limitations in Delaware

This is really the Ketevan Sophia Sensor Post. The little charmer above is none other than Mike Sensor's daughter, Ketevan....sometimes known as "Keti Spaghetti". This child is so popular, so precocious she has her own following on Twitter. And speaking of precocious, Mike was right fully...

Not Just Another Daddy’s Girl….And a New Development on the Statute of Limitations in Delaware

This is really the Ketevan Sophia Sensor Post. The little charmer above is none other than Mike Sensor's daughter, Ketevan....sometimes known as "Keti Spaghetti". This child is so popular, so precocious she has her own following on Twitter. And speaking of precocious, Mike was right fully...

Better Late Than Never? Not in this DE Superior Court Appeal Upholding the Statute of Limitations

All hail John Morgan and Anthony Delcollo of Heckler & Frabizzio. They won at the Board and they won on appeal. Murphy v. Allen Family Foods , 12A-02-007, (Del. Super.) J. Brady, 1/23/2013 . The issue is, where a claimant files a DCD Petition, withdraws it without prejudice, and then re-files it...

Better Late Than Never? Not in this DE Superior Court Appeal Upholding the Statute of Limitations

All hail John Morgan and Anthony Delcollo of Heckler & Frabizzio. They won at the Board and they won on appeal. Murphy v. Allen Family Foods , 12A-02-007, (Del. Super.) J. Brady, 1/23/2013 . The issue is, where a claimant files a DCD Petition, withdraws it without prejudice, and then re-files it...