The Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act outlines damage awards for various injuries and sets weekly pay caps for those injured on the job. Read more
The work laborers are getting nothing in return for losing their right to sue for wrongful conduct. Read more
OSHA can be a valuable resource for lawyers and their clients in workplace injury litigation. Read more
A Georgia recycling facility has entered into a settlement with the family of a man who was burned to death on the job. The settlement came after a jury awarded the family $29.25 million. Th... Read more
On-the-job accidents are some of the most common causes of injuries that lawyers in our firm see on a regular basis. As most will know, those injured on the job are usually entitled to worke... Read more
A Pottawattamie County, Iowa, jury has awarded a former semitrailer truck driver $25 million in punitive damages in a civil case filed against his workers’ compensation insurance provider. T... Read more
Workplace injuries and deaths make up a large part of litigation handled by personal injury attorneys. According to the Secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis, every year nearly 4 million people su... Read more
A federal judge has formally approved a $450 million workers’ compensation class-action settlement between American International Group (AIG) and its rival companies. It appears that Liberty... Read more
A federal judge in Connecticut has granted preliminary approval to a $72.5 million settlement in a national class-action lawsuit alleging Hartford fraudulently kept millions in fees that sho... Read more
The blame game for the recent British Petroleum oil rig accident is just getting started and it will likely continue. The insurance implications of this disastrous event are also just commen... Read more
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