The New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld an award of benefits for a worker’s suicide, finding competent evidence supported a conclusion the worker’s death was causally-related… Read more »
A New York appellate court overturned a grant of summary judgment to the defendants in a Labor Law claim.
Case: Holler v. Dominion Energy Transmission… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that a worker was entitled to summary judgment on his Labor Law claim based on his fall from a… Read more »
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania upheld an award of hearing loss benefits for a long-time utility worker.
Case: First Energy Nuclear Operating Co. v. Koch… Read more »
Federal workplace safety inspectors fined a Wisconsin roofing contractor $180,469 for allegedly exposing workers to deadly fall hazards twice in less than two weeks.
The… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that an injured worker should have been granted summary judgment on his Labor Law claim, and that his employer… Read more »
The New Jersey Superior Court’s Appellate Division ruled that a hospital could not attempt to recast its patients' assigned claims for workers' compensation benefits as… Read more »
The Commonwealth Court rejected a worker’s constitutional challenges to the modification of his disability benefits from total to partial.
Case: Dennell v. City of Philadelphia… Read more »
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that a worker is in the course of employment when his employer authorizes a vehicle to operate for business expressly authorized by the… Read more »
The New Jersey Commission of Banking and Insurance approved a 3.9% rate cut for workers’ compensation and employers’ liability policies incepting on or after Jan.… Read more »