Workers’ Comp Judge’s Ruling Upheld on Supplemental Earnings Benefits

Claimant was injured in a car accident on May 5, 2009 while working for the City of Baton Rouge/Parish of East Baton Rouge (“Employer”).... More

Eleventh Circuit’s Borrowed-Employment Standard for Longshore Cases

Author: Jon B. Robinson Recently, the United States Court for the Eleventh Circuit addressed the Longshore Act’s exclusivity provision, Section 905(a), as it applied... More

Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability Benefits and Taxation

Author: Jon B. Robinson Generally speaking, workers’ compensation benefits are not taxable.  26 U.S.C. § 104(a)(1).  This includes compensation benefits paid under the Longshore... More

In Workers’ Comp Claim, Provision of Surveillance Video to Non-Court Appointed Physicians is Permissable

Author: Trevor Cutaiar   The claimant, Wendy Ward, suffered a hand injury while working at Iberia Medical Center.  Her personal physician referred her to... More