Tag: #WorkersComp

Ripp v. Hudson Cty.

The New Jersey Appellate Division ruled that the judge of workers’ compensation (JWC) erred “in her expansive application of N.J.S.A. 34:15-28.2,” and, additionally, she abused her discretion in “imposing a

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Brown v. Unemployment Comp. Bd. of Rev.

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court affirmed an order of the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, which affirmed a referee’s order denying unemployment compensation benefits. The Board concluded that Claimant is ineligible

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Lynch v. Pa. (Workers Comp. Appeal Bd.)

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court agreed with the Workers’ Compensation Judge and the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board that the petitioner was subject to an Impairment Rating Evaluation (IRE) under Act 111,

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Dobransky v. EQT

An en banc panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court determined that Appellees were not immune from liability because they did not qualify as statutory employers under the Workers’ Compensation Act

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Bark v. Sooner Steel, LLC

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court reversed the Workers’ Compensation Judge’s ruling that Claimant’s injuries were not compensable. Claimant filed a petition seeking total disability benefits under the Workers’ Compensation Act for injuries

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Loftus v. Decker

The Pennsylvania Superior Court quashed an appeal from a workers’ compensation insurer trying to intervene in an action commenced by praecipe for writ of summons. The Court held that the

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Lapsley v. Twp. of Sparta

The New Jersey Supreme Court reversed the Appellate Division and ruled that Lapsley’s injuries were compensable under the Workers’ Compensation Act. Lapsley worked as a librarian at the Sparta Public

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