Pennsylvania Bar Institute; “Tough Problems in Workers’ Compensation – 2011: Claims for Fatal (Death) Benefits”
Lorman Education Services; “The 4 Common Injuries and Mental Stress Claims in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation”
Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association; “Dissecting and Defending IRE Reports and Other Post Gardner Issues-Case Law Update, Legal Issues and Strategies”
Philadelphia Bar Reporter; “Commonwealth Court Addresses Workers’ Compensation Section”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 116; “Medical Reports Inadmissible Despite Act 57 Allowance: Evidence on Claims Exceeding 52 Weeks is Deemed Hearsay”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 93; “Palliative Physical Therapy is Deemed Reasonable and Necessary Treatment According to Commonwealth Court”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 72: “Pennsylvania Supreme Court Clarifies ‘Discovery Rule’ of Workers’ Compensation Act Notice Provision”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 52: “Key in Reinstatement Positions: Aggravation vs. Recurrence – Burden of Proof Issues”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 8: “Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Liens Inapplicable in ADA Claims: Separate Causes of Action Do Not Entail Double Recovery”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 224, No. 91: “Commonwealth Court Decision in American Belt Sparks Controversy Over Child Labor Law”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 224, No. 71: “Courts Address Statute of Limitations Involving Petitions to Reinstate Benefits: Injured Workers Have Three Years After Partial Disability Expires”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. P.1711: “Workers’ Compensation Carrier Required to Pay Full Amount of Subrogation Lien Asserted by Separate Third Party Health Insurance Plan in Excess of Cost Containment Provision of Act 44”
The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. P943: “Supreme Court Considers Burden of Proof for Reinstatement Petitions Following Layoff While Under Suspension of Benefits”
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