Month: June 2016

TRAVELING EMPLOYEES, PERSONAL ERRANDS AND WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BENEFITS IN THE WAKE OF HOSPICE FAMILY CARE V. ALLEN, No. 2140861 (Ala. Civ. App. June 10, 2016)

by David P. Nomberg, Partner, The Nomberg Law Firm With the recent Alabama Court of Civil Appeals decision of Hospice Family Care v. Allen, employees who are injured during the course of running personal errands may still be able to recover workers’ compensation benefits. In Allen, an employee was frequently traveling as part of her …

TRAVELING EMPLOYEES, PERSONAL ERRANDS AND WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BENEFITS IN THE WAKE OF HOSPICE FAMILY CARE V. ALLEN, No. 2140861 (Ala. Civ. App. June 10, 2016) Read More »

UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS NOT NECESSARILY EXEMPT FROM WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BENEFITS

by Bernard D. Nomberg An Alabama workers’ compensation lawyer faces a different kind of battle when dealing with an undocumented worker filing for workers’ compensation benefits. Just because the employee is undocumented, it does not mean the undocumented worker is completely exempt from receiving worker’s compensation benefits. Undocumented workers in Alabama are plentiful. These individuals …

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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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