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Ski Resort Employee convicted of theft for staging a worker’s compensation...

An employee of a ski resort has been convicted of grand theft. The employee tried to stage an accident to collect from the resorts worker’s compensation insurance. The employee talking with another...

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Wow, this could mess up a lot of studies and ideas

It also contradicts to some extent the management theory that all employees want to take advantage of a work injury and sit at home! Risk and Insurance is reporting that the GAO (Government...

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Changes from OSHA that will affect the Outdoor Recreation Industry.

Working with OSHA is always difficult in our industry because we know the best ways to keep people safe in our situations. However, OSHA regulations sometimes force us to ignore those. OSHA’s new...

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Worker’s comp ruling requires employers to walk a fine line when they require...

CO off-duty police officer recovers WC benefits for bicycle accident because she was required to pass physical test. City of Northglenn v. Eltrich, 1995 Colo. App. LEXIS 126; 19 BTR 663 This was the...

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Canadian government suing Blackcomb Mountain for the health care costs of an...

Never forget the subrogation clause in any insurance policy. It will allow the insurance company to sue whoever caused your injury to recoup their payouts. The injured snowboarder caught an edge and...

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Robinette v. Aspen Skiing Company, L.L.C., 363 Fed. Appx. 547; 2010 U.S. App....

To see an analysis of this case see: Aspen Skiing Company Release stops claim by injured guest hit by an employee on snowmobile. Robinette v. Aspen Skiing Company, L.L.C., 363 Fed. Appx. 547; 2010 U.S....

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When releases do not work: Employees and Workers Compensation

State Law prohibits releases for employees if they are covered by Worker’s Compensation. Prior to the creation of Worker’s Compensation, if an employee was injured at work he had to sue his employer...

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