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The Risks of Neck Injuries in the Workplace

The Risks of Neck Injuries in the Workplace It is estimated that the average American spends around 2,000 hours a year at their place of work, often performing the same tasks countless times over. If ...
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Entrekin v. Lasseter No. 2140160

Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama June 26, 2015 Plaintiff filed a claim for benefits pursuant to the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act, resulting from an injury to his thoracic spine. Plaintiff ...
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Imperial Aluminum-Scottsboro, LLC v. Taylor No. 2140077

Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama July 24, 2015 Plaintiff filed a claim for benefits under the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act, and also included a separate claim for retaliatory discharge. ...
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Billingsly v. City Of Gadsden

BILLINGSLY v. CITY OF GADSDEN No. 2130863 Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama July 24, 2015 Plaintiff was employed with the City of Gadsden and was injured in an automobile accident while she was acting ...
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Alabama Civil Court of Appeals Confirms Order Granting Injured Workers' Claim for Medication Treating Erectile Dysfunction

EX PARTE WARD INTERNATIONAL, Ala: Court of Civil Appeals 2015 In re: Wesley Shows v. Ward International September 11, 2015 Plaintiff suffered a work-related back injury subject to the Alabama ...
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Cool Temp, Inc. v. Pennsylvania National Mutual Casualty Insurance Company

Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama December 31, 2013 In an unanimous decision, the Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama affirmed the trial court's ruling dismissing a third party claim brought by an ...
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What Happens if an Injured Worker is Terminated for Filing a Claim for Alabama Workers' Compensation Benefits?

Ala. Code §25-5-11.1 No employee shall be terminated by an employer solely because the employee has instituted or maintained any action against the employer to recover workers' compensation ...
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Case Result: SouthernCare Inc. v. Margaret Cowart

SouthernCare Inc. v. Margaret Cowart Alabama Court of Civil Appeals December 20, 2013 In a unanimous decision, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals affirmed in part and reversed in part the trial ...
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The Court of Civil Appeals Reverses Trial Court Award of Permanent Partial Disability Benefits in Favor of Schedule

DuBose Construction Company v. James Simmons Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama October 25, 2013 The Court of Civil Appeals reversed a trial award of permanent partial disability benefits, pursuant to ...
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Alabama Court of Civil Appeals Clarifies Benefits Due Injured Workers Returning to Work at Same Wage

Carolyn Malone v. Steelchase, Inc. Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama September 20, 2013 After suffering a work-related injury to her lower back, Carolyn Malone returned to work at Steelchase earning ...
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Alabama Supreme Court reverses Trial Court on Discovery of Post Workers' Compensation Injury Investigation and Report

Ex parte Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. Alabama Supreme Court, September 27, 2013 (In re: Jason Jackson, et al v. Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc., et al.) The Alabama Supreme Court reversed a trial ...
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Back and Neck Injuries and Alabama Workers' Compensation

The Alabama Workers' Compensation Act is designed, in part, to streamline the process involved in injured workers' making claims for benefits. The dollar amount of compensation due to injured ...
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Workers' Compensation in Alabama

The Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act is an Alabama law that controls the way most on the job injuries are handled. If you work for an employer and you suffer a work related injury in Alabama, ...
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