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Law Alerts October 1, 2011
The decedent was a 25-year employee of the respondent who often worked from home, where she sat at her computer for long hours in order to meet various deadlines imposed by her superiors. On the evening of September 24, 2007, the decedent began...
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
The Third Circuit upheld summary judgment in favor of an employer who terminated the plaintiff's employment after he expressed anger concerning the employer's offer of a lower paying position and after it learned that he was accessing blocked..., Case Law Alert - 4t Qtr 2011
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
Following an IME identifying that the claimant could return to work in a modified, medium-duty capacity, the employer notified the claimant simply that his work activities would be modified to accommodate the IME’s work restrictions. When the..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2011
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
The claimant sustained a work-related injury to his low back in April of 2002. Approximately two years later, he returned to his regular job with no restrictions, and his benefits were suspended pursuant to a Notification of Suspension. In June of...
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
In this case, the claimant, who was receiving benefits for a July 1995 work injury, was seen for an independent medical evaluation (IME) on March 16, 2004. On June 1st of that year, surgery was performed on the claimant, which the claimant...
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
In this case, Jeffrey Yablon, M.D. and Vincent Ferrara, M.D. appealed a determination made by a fee review hearing officer that the workers' compensation insurer did not lose the right to "downcode" charges because more than 30 days had passed after...
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
A no-fault insurer, GEICO, as subrogee for its insured, filed an action against the defendants, the state and its employee, to recover first party benefits paid as a result of a motor vehicle accident that occurred between the employee and the..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2011
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
Several years ago, Delaware amended the Discrimination in Employment Act to allow for a right to sue in the Delaware state courts. While most employment discrimination cases continue to be filed in the District Court for the state of Delaware, the..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2011
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
This case involved the statutory interpretation of Section 2302(b) of The Act which deals with the average weekly wage calculation. The undisputed facts show that on August 2, 2007, the claimant suffered an injury while working as a laborer for the...
Law Alerts October 1, 2011
As in a suit for personal injury, a plaintiff seeking uninsured motorist coverage must demonstrate that his or her medical expenses are reasonable and necessary. The insurer had retained an expert to testify to the reasonableness of the charges for..., Case Law Alert - 4th Qtr 2011

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