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Appellate Division Holds That New York Worker Who Accepted A Job Offer While In New Jersey Was Hired In New Jersey Conferring Jurisdiction In New Jersey

By on April 20, 2017 in Court Rulings with 0 Comments

When an employee returns to work following a work injury, in many states that ends the workers’ compensation case, but not in New Jersey.  In our state, that just moves the case to the final stage of permanency benefits for loss of function of the body member.  The availability of loss of function awards following […]

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Carrier that Mistakenly Represented Employer Cannot Use Comp Court to Obtain Reimbursement

By on July 10, 2014 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Carrier that Mistakenly Represented Employer Cannot Use Comp Court to Obtain Reimbursement

Shaun Cronrath, a Burlington County College employee, was injured at work when he was attacked by a fan while coaching a basketball game.  He filed a claim petition, and Travelers Casualty Insurance Company of America (hereinafter “Travelers”) filed an answer on behalf of the College.  Travelers negotiated a settlement of $35,000 on behalf of the […]

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Division of Workers’ Comp Best Forum to Decide Employment Issue on Home Aide Tragically Killed in Car Accident

By on January 6, 2014 in Compensability with 1 Comment
Division of Workers’ Comp Best Forum to Decide Employment Issue on Home Aide Tragically Killed in Car Accident

Saul Liebman was living alone after the recent death of his wife in September 2008.  At the time he was 81 years old.  His daughter made inquiries to find someone who could move into her father’s home and take care of him, including cooking meals and assisting in daily activities. Myroslava Kotsovska, a 59-year-old Ukrainian […]

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