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Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The petitioner, a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania, was employed as a manual laborer in the printing industry in that state from 1974 through 2001. During that time, the petitioner performed different job functions for a variety of employers that...
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
In this construction contract dispute, the court awarded prejudgment interest, but not attorneys fees, to a roofing contractor under the Delaware Construction Prompt Payment Act, 6 Del. C. § 3506 where the owner failed to give specific notice within..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The workers’ compensation insurer sought to obtain supersedeas fund reimbursement for the amount of attorney’s fees incurred to obtain a third party recovery. The court held that attorney’s fees incurred under section 319 to obtain a third party...
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The claimant worked as a manager in the commissary of the Camp Hill State Correctional Facility. She was identified on a "hit list" created by the prisoners and was verbally assaulted by inmates. She filed a psychiatric claim, which was accepted as...
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
Emmanuel Esaka filed a complaint against Nanticoke Health Services, Inc., Mid-Sussex Medical Center, Inc. The plaintiff alleged he was subjected to discrimination and retaliation in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The petitioner was employed as a maintenance technician for the respondent, who was contracted to perform maintenance and repair work at the U.S. Coast Guard base in Cape May, New Jersey. On September 11, 2006, the petitioner responded to a...
Law Alerts 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
Law Alerts 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
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
The plaintiff, a security officer who was required to complete a state-approved police training course as a condition of his employment, slipped and fell on a wet substance on the stairs while doing mandatory duty as "lunch recruit." He subsequently..., Case Law Alert - 1st Qtr 2011
Law Alerts January 1, 2011
This case involved a claimant who had a severe work injury on June 3, 2008, in which his left leg was amputated and his thoracic spine was broken. Eventually, the claimant was released to modified work in February 2010, and by July 2010, the...

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