Month: January 2017

THE IMPACT OF OBESITY ON WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS

by Bernard D. Nomberg, Partner, The Nomberg Law Firm Alabama is home to award-winning chefs, outstanding restaurants and most importantly, BBQ restaurants and joints that’ll make you wanna slap yo’ mama (but do not slap yo’ mama because she will not buy you BBQ).  Point is, all that delicious food can lead to added pounds and if …

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TRUMP’S INAUGURATION: HOW WILL THE NEW PRESIDENCY AFFECT WORKERS’ COMPENSATION?

by Bernard D. Nomberg, Partner, The Nomberg Law Firm It is clear the nation has mixed feelings towards our new president elect Donald Trump. Many things have been up in the air—Obamacare, immigration law, and the supreme court—but what does the future look like for workers’ compensation? For the most part, workers’ compensation will remain …

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A DIFFERENT TYPE OF SETTLEMENT MILL

by David P. Nomberg, Partner, The Nomberg Law Firm Over the last several years, the phrase “settlement mill” has been heard more and more in the legal profession. A settlement mill is a high-volume personal injury law practice that aggressively advertise and mass produce the resolution of claims, typically with little interaction and without initiating lawsuits, …

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HIGH INTENSITY EXERCISE AND THE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM

by Bernard D. Nomberg, Partner, The Nomberg Law Firm Happy New Year! And with that, gyms all over are going to be more crowded (at least for a few weeks) as we try to stay true to our New Year’s Resolutions. High intensity workouts such as Crossfit, OrangeTheory, and kickboxing have emerged as leading trends …

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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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