Month: December 2013

CAN AN EMPLOYEE, INJURED AT A COMPANY HOLIDAY PARTY, PURSUE A WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM?

by Bernard D. Nomberg, Partner, The Nomberg Law Firm Many companies host holiday parties as a way to celebrate a successful year, to boost employee morale and to thank employees for a job well done. Suppose an employee is injured while attending a company holiday party. Can the employee receive workers’ compensation benefits such as medical …

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ON THE JOB INJURY CASE: IS THERE A TIME LIMITATION FOR THE INJURED WORKER TO SETTLE A CASE?

The Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act provides for civil non-jury trials of all workers’ compensation cases. These cases are considered preferred actions to be tried as expeditiously as possible. The statute of limitations for such action is generally two years from the date of the accident, or two years from the date that the employee was …

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Steve Altmann has been assisting consumers and business owners with bankruptcy matters for more than 27 years. 

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