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I just completed another semester teaching the worker’s compensation course at Marquette University.
The lawyer held depositions in a Dunkin Donuts, wore a T-shirt and shorts to the deposition, drew penis cartoons during the deposition, and played Angry Birds on his computer throughout.
This entry was posted in Workers' Compensation and tagged ethics, Marquette on January 31, 2013 by Thomas Domer.
This entry was posted in doctors and medical, Government and tagged chronic low back pain, Medicare, TENS, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation on January 24, 2013 by Charlie Domer.
Surprisingly, the state owned nursing and residential care facilities workers reported the most injuries at 14.7 injuries per 100 full-time equivalents.
The statistics are encouraging, but I look forward to the day where there are no fatal workplace injuries, and where workplace safety is a primary concern for all employers and workers.
This entry was posted in Workplace Injury and tagged Bureau of Labor Statistics, safe workplace, U.S. Connecticut’s workers compensation law does not currently cover mental injuries which do not stem from a physical injury.


Following the Connecticut school shootings, unions representing police and firefighters and school employees have held discussions about laws to expand situations under which worker’s comp benefits would be available for mental health issues. This entry was posted in Workers' Compensation and tagged Mental Injuries, Newton, non-traumatic mental injury, shootings on January 17, 2013 by Thomas Domer. The National Institute For Occupational Safety And Health (NIOSH) has revised and republished informational material concerning the health hazards to healthcare workers were exposed to hazardous drugs. Healthcare workers who prepare, administer or transport hazardous drugs or dispose of hazardous drug waste may face risks to their own health such as skin disorders, reproductive disorders, and possibly cancer. The information provided by NIOSH is useful to identify and correct preventable failures that lead to disease.
This entry was posted in Worker safety and tagged hazardous biological waste, hazardous drugs, hazardous jobs, Healthcare workers on January 14, 2013 by Charlie Domer. This entry was posted in workers compensation and tagged employer fraud, employers, workers compensation fraud on January 10, 2013 by Thomas Domer. This entry was posted in Workers' Compensation, Workplace Injury and tagged Checks, Lump Sum Payments, Lump Sums, PPD, Work Comp Checks on January 7, 2013 by Charlie Domer.
This entry was posted in Workers' Compensation, Workplace Injury and tagged 2013 rates, happy new year, PPD, TTD, Wage Rate on January 3, 2013 by Charlie Domer.


Part of my responsibility includes instructing students on the ethical practice of worker’s compensation law. Before 1974, compensable mental injuries were limited to post-traumatic injuries, mental disorders occurring after and due to a physical accident. Injured workers waive physician-patient privilege and worker’s compensation carriers can obtain any and all relevant medical records to defend the claim. Experts’ reports are required to be exchanged by Statute, and depositions are held only in rare circumstances (when parties are unavailable at a hearing). In 2010, Iowa reported an above average number of work injuries, averaging 4.4 injuries per 100 full-time equivalent workers.



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