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Is there a gender bias in workers’ compensation and OH&S?

Women represent about 47% of the employed labour force in United States and Australia, 48% of the employed labour force in Canada.   One might expect the hazards in the workplace to be similar for men and women and that is true for some risks.   825 more words

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What a great weekend.  Kubae finished her chemo on Friday.  Pizza night was great and the boys had friends over Saturday to play xbox until 3am.  576 more words

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Six-month leave upheld by United States Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit

In Billups v. Emerald Coast Utilities Authority, an Utility Service Technician II suffered a shoulder injury and received physical therapy, but after two months it was determined he required surgery. 2,263 more words

Finding a way: Injured worker triumphs through tragedy

Brad Hurtig, a double amputee, inspires audience at BWC medical symposium

By Tony Gottschlich, BWC Public Information Officer

The workplace accident that took Brad Hurtig’s hands in 2002 could have taken so much more from the high school student-athlete — his place as a star linebacker on the football team, his hopes, dreams and career goals. 577 more words

Ohio Bureau Of Workers' Compensation

HR Tip: Less stringent test for intern pay adopted by DOL

On Jan. 5, the Department of Labor (DOL) introduced a less stringent test to determine whether employers must pay their interns at least a minimum wage and overtime. 309 more words

Kenneth Hampton, JD

Title: Attorney
Company: Kenneth D. Hampton, Attorney at Law
Location: Huntsville, Alabama, United States

Kenneth Hampton, JD, Attorney, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in disability law.

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Personal Injury Law

Dependency Issues? Not in this courtroom, says recent case

Last week, the 11th Appellate District ruled that a common pleas court does not have jurisdiction over an appeal from an Industrial Commission decision as to dependency status in a death claim. 317 more words

Workers Compensation