Workers’ Compensation Defense
Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett (MBLB) is nationally known as a leader in workers’ compensation litigation, defending claims under both state and federal statutory schemes and delivering consistently good results. Our attorneys have been recognized by their peers as among the top in workers’ compensation law and are active in the industry, fostering relationships with the local workers’ compensation bar and the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL).
Our workers’ compensation litigation attorneys have handled longshore compensation claims at all levels, including the representation of employers and carriers before the Office of Workers’ Compensation, the Office of Administrative Law Judges, the Benefits Review Board, the United States Circuit Courts of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. We have handled longshore claims in ports coast to coast.
We handle Louisiana Workers’ Compensation claims statewide at every level of the litigation process. This includes mediation and trial at the Office of Workers’ Compensation Administration and through all appellate levels, paying particular attention to involving both employers and their insurers in the defense process.
Workers’ Compensation Clients
- ACE American Insurance Company
- American Equity Underwriters
- FCCI Insurance Group
- Markel Service Incorporated
- Zurich National Insurance Company
Our Approach to Claims
MBLB’s workers’ compensation team prides itself in achieving favorable results in a manner that is both professional and cost effective. We understand the nuances of the law, which allows us to tailor our representation of each client to that client’s specific needs. Our multi-faceted approach to handling claims is unique and dynamic to ensure that every client is satisfied with how claims are resolved. We are attuned to the litigation process, which allows us to recognize when aggressive litigation is necessary, and also when favorable results can be achieved more practically.
Workers’ Compensation Defense Team
Workers’ Compensation Defense News
- Court Declines to Apply “Coming and Going” Rule,
- Bureau of Labor Statistics Reports on Median Earnings,
- Undocumented Workers as Workers’ Compensation Beneficiaries,
- Third Circuit Dismisses Inmate’s Electric Shock Claim,
- Second Circuit Finds Award of Surgery by OWC Premature,
- Insufficient Safety Culture Caused Injury at Baton Rouge Refinery,
- Employee’s Provocation Defeats Compensation Claim,
- Plaintiff’s Attempt to Escape Exclusive Remedy Slips and Falls,
- Doctor Pleads Guilty to Pill Mill Scheme,
- NHL Enforcer’s Gag Order Unlawful,