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What's Hot in Worker's Comp January 31, 2011
Effective February 1, 2011, the Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers' Compensation has mandated the use of two new forms involving settlements via Compromise and Release Agreements. Prior forms will no longer be accepted as of that date...
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
During Phase 1 of the trial, plaintiff's attorney convinced the jury that an addiction to smoking was the legal cause of Mr. Rohr's lung cancer. During Phase 2, plaintiff's attorney convinced the jury that defective cigarettes were the legal cause..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
In a strict liability action under New Jersey law, the court erred by instructing the jury on principles of comparative and contributory negligence and assumption of risk and failing to limit consideration of the conduct of the plaintiff., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
Following the claimant's work injury, he received a third party recovery, and a Third Party Settlement Agreement was executed. Pursuant to that agreement, the employer was to reimburse the claimant $216.88 per week for a period of 1,353.6 weeks. The...
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The claimant filed a penalty petition for late payment of a settlement that was part of an approved Compromise and Release Agreement. The decision approving the settlement was circulated on October 17, 2008, and the settlement payment was made on...
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The policy specified that notice of a claim must be given to “any agent of ours” within the state and that such notice must be written. Where the insured provided oral notice of a claim to its insurance broker, who was not an agent of the insurer,..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Articles January 1, 2011
PA Chiefs of Police Association Bulletin, Winter 2011
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The plaintiff was a "Born Again" Christian and asserted that his religious beliefs precluded him from working on Sunday. He asserted that his employer failed to accommodate his sincerely held religious beliefs and wrongfully terminated him. The..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The claimant was injured while working for an employer that was under sub-contract with a general contractor, and the claimant was paid benefits. Later, the case was mediated, and an agreement was reached to settle the claim. At the mediation...

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