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Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation 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...
Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation January 1, 2011
In this case, following the claimant's work injury, she returned to light-duty work for the employer. Thereafter, while traveling to an appointment for treatment for her work-related injury, the claimant was involved in a car accident and sustained...
Federal Employment Law January 1, 2011
The plaintiff alleged that his employment as a maintenance technician (and his lease in the apartment he rented from his employer) was terminated because his employer objected to the presence of his African American son together with the son's..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Florida Trucking & Transportation Liability January 1, 2011
The Florida Supreme Court recently amended the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. The changes take effect on January 1, 2011, at 12:01 a.m. Here are some of the most significant amendments to the Rules. New Rule 1.071 provides the procedure for..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
New Jersey Workers' Compensation January 1, 2011
On February 20, 2006, the plaintiff was severely injured while cleaning a vertical blender on the premises of his employer. The plaintiff was a 22-year employee of the defendant and had operated the vertical blender for approximately 16 years. On...
Delaware Health Care Liability January 1, 2011
Where the plaintiffs had effectively tolled an extension to the statute of limitations period by 90 days, despite a failure to satisfy a "special rule of pleading," the Delaware Supreme Court reversed and remanded the trial court's denial of the..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Florida Product Liability January 1, 2011
Lenny Budnick was a musician who contracted lung cancer and emphysema and died at age 52. The jury concluded that Mr. Budnick smoked because he wanted to, not because he was addicted., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
New Jersey Fraud/Special Investigation January 1, 2011
The plaintiff filed this action seeking a declaration of coverage after a jury in the underlying matter convicted the defendant's insured of intentional assault and battery and awarded her $250,000. The defendant had provided a defense after issuing..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation January 1, 2011
The claimant filed a utilization review Request, seeking to increase unskilled home assistance that was being provided to her. The reviewer found that the increase in assistance was reasonable and necessary, and the employer filed a Petition for...
Florida Product Liability January 1, 2011
This case was originally tried in August to a jury that deadlocked. On retrial, the jury found that even though a cigarette addiction was the legal cause of the plaintiff's COPD, she should have known before May 5, 1990, (four years prior to the..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011

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