Category: Workers Compensation

Posted in California Workers Compensation

Court holds homeowner Johnny Mathis not liable for injuries to independent contractor window cleaner 

From The San Diego Tribune, Dan Eaton discusses a case in which an independent contractor window-washer who…

Posted in Georgia Workers Compensation

AMC Looks to Erase $8.6 Million Verdict in ‘Walking Dead’ Stunt Death 

From Variety, Gene Maddaus reports that AMC Networks is arguing that a stuntman’s death should be processed…

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Independent Contractors Need Workers’ Compensation

  From Lawyers.com, Jeffrey S. Gross discusses the importance of workers compensation for independent contractors. Jeffrey writes: Workers’…

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Who Is The Employer Of a Staffing Agency Temp?

  From JDSupra, Brian Clemow discusses a Connecticut case in which the client of a staffing company retaliated…

Posted in Workers Compensation

Employee or Independent Contractor?

    From About.com, Marianne Bonner discusses the issue of misclassifying workers as independent contractors instead of employees…

Posted in Workers Compensation

Employee or independent? It’s a workers’ comp issue

    From WorkersCompensation.com, Fielding Buck discusses the challenges small businesses face in determining who is an…

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Legal Options for Injured Independent Contractors

  The Goldberg Weisman Cairo blog reviews the options for an independent contractor who is injured.  It states: Because…

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Employee or Independent Contractor? What this Means for your Workers Compensation Case.

From Ankin Law Office, Howard Ankin discusses how the classification of a worker relates to a workers compensation claim….

Posted in Workers Compensation

Employee or Independent Contractor? What this Means for your Workers Compensation Case.

From JDSupra, Howard Ankin discusses some of the ambiguities in workers compensation claims when a worker is classified…

Posted in Georgia Workers Compensation

Employee Exclusion Applies to Independent Contractor Truck Driver 

From JDSupra, Peter Dworjanyn discusses whether an insurance company had to cover a claim made by an independent contractor…

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Eligibility for Workers’ Compensation After a Job-Related Accident 

From AllLaw, David Goguen discusses eligibility for workers compensation claims and confirms that independent contractors are not…

Posted in Pennsylvania Workers Compensation

Pa Court Clarifies “Written Contract” Requirement for Independent Contractor Classification under the Construction Workplace Misclassification Act 

From JDSupra, Denise Elliott discusses a recent Pennsylvania court decision in which the court said that a worker…