Category Archives: Worker’s Compensation

  By Ronald W. Ryan A ski instructor, who sustained a neck injury after taking a jump in the terrain area, despite wearing a resort ski jacket and otherwise being “on-the-clock” as an instructor, was in pursuit of his own … Continue reading

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  By Ronald W. Ryan Mr. Cuddington’s work injury. On October 25, 2012 the Court of Appeals issued an opinion, for publication, in the matter of Cuddington v United Health Services, Inc. (Court of Appeals docket number 303249). In that … Continue reading

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Depending on the industry, worker’s compensation insurance can be a significant expense. So, why is it mandatory? What if there was no worker’s compensation insurance at all? There was at time, just over 100 years ago when this was true. … Continue reading

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