Nebraska Workers Comp Attorneys Recall a Groundbreaking Judgment

In August 2008, David Guiterrez’s foot was run over by a forklift while working at the packing house of Omaha based Quality Pork International. The accident left him with injuries that prevented him from being physically able to work. However,…

Widow Awarded $1 Million in Compensation from a Cleveland Based Company

Widow to Receive Disability and Death Benefits The Franklin County Court of Appeals upheld the award of nearly $1 million to the widow of a worker killed on the job as workers’ compensation benefits for nearly 24 years. The worker, Dhimitraq…

Excess Coverage for Workers’ Comp Insurance in Pennsylvania Spikes Close to $20 K

The cost for excess coverage of workers’ compensation insurance in the state of Pennsylvania is expected to spike close to $20,000 in 2015, according to a city administrator, Greg Barrouk. Barrouk told council that policy is offered by Safety…

Employee Received Workers Compensation from the GAO for 30 Years

A GAO inspection general report released on December 18th, 2014 revealed that an employee of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has been receiving workers compensation for 30 years without coming under the radar or being noticed by the…

Workers Compensation Premiums May Increase if TRIA is not Renewed in 2015

Employers who are planning to renew their workers compensation premiums may face substantial hikes in these premium costs and be compelled to meet the residual markets, if Congress does not renew the federal terrorism reinsurance backstop program…

Painter Working on Google CEO Yacht Claims He Vomited, Bled from Anus

Painter James Grupinski has filed a complaint saying that he vomited and bled from his eyes and anus after he was forced to continue work on Google CEO Larry Page’s yacht. Google that! Grupinski has filed a case in court against Page, Modern…