Legal News and Oddities
Who is to blame for assistant camerawoman Sarah Jones’ death?
On February 20, 2014, second assistant camerawoman Sarah Jones and the film crew of Midnight Rider, an upcoming indie film, …Read More
Goodwill Under Fire for Treatment of Disabled Workers
2013 was not the best year for Goodwill. Although it is a nonprofit organization that claims to offer both employees …Read More
Officials Investigate Daycare Brawl in Atlanta, GA
State officials in Georgia are currently conducting a formal investigation of a shockingly vicious brawl that took place last year …Read More
Red Bull Blamed for Death of Brooklyn Man; Lawsuit(s) May Follow
In 2011, shocked witnesses reported that healthy, active non-smoker Cory Terry collapsed after downing a can of Red Bull during …Read More
Notorious pepper-spraying police officer seeks workers’ compensation for mental injuries
What do the Occupy movement and workers’ compensation have in common? Lt. John Pike. According to various news reports coming from California, …Read More
The Price is Wrong for Gameshow Contestant Caught Committing Workers’ Comp Fraud
According to media spin, in more cases than not employees are out to get over on their bosses and workers’ comp …Read More
Back injuries are nothing to mess with….and neither is actress Sharon Stone!
Sharon Stone is apparently in need of sensitivity training and maybe a house manager so that she can be hands-off …Read More
My mom was shot by her husband at work. Workers’ comp or not?
Julie Tassler was murdered on Christmas Eve in 2008 while on a smoke break from her job at an HSBC …Read More
Injured worker likely eligible for dual compensation for catastrophic injuries
On the eighth of last November, railroad maintenance worker Jose Salazar was just beginning the task of repairing and replacing …Read More
Firefighter wins workers’ comp benefits in appeals decision that rocks state
We therefore conclude that the 104-week limitation on temporary total disability benefits violates Florida’s constitutional guarantee that justice will be …Read More