This edition of Alabama Workers' Compensation Law and Handbook has been reorganized and reformatted to make the publication easier to use. It has also been revised and updated throughout with a discussion of recent changes in the law. Selected highlights of the Second Edition are as follows: ac Prisoners' Work Release Psychological Injuries ac Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Burden of Proof ac Temporary Total Disability Maximum Medical Improvement ac Permanent Total Disability Social Security as Evidence ac Schedule of Injuries ac Right to Reopen ac Acts of God ac Fraudulent Suppression ac Retaliatory Discharge ac Workers' Compensation Benefits Child Support ac Medicare Set Aside Trusts ac Forms ac Tables and MemorandumsRobert W. Lee, Steven W. Ford ... General. Electric. Co. v. Baggett, . 34. so. 3d. 708. (Ala. Civ. App. 2009). 49-2. EX. parte. Puritan. Baking. Co., . 208. Ala. 373, . 375. (Ala. 1922). ... App. 2002). The employee sustained knee injury. The trial judge found that the employee was 35-percent disabled. However ... The Appellate Court determined that this was sufficient to escape the confines of the a schedule of injuries.a Gulf States ... No medical testimony on that issue was presented. The trialanbsp;...
|Title||:||Alabama Workers' Compensation Law and Handbook|
|Author||:||Robert W. Lee, Steven W. Ford|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2014-09-24|