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FMLA With Workers Comp Return To Work – Expensive Mistake

FMLA With Workers Comp Return To Work The relationship of FMLA  with Workers Comp Return to Work is still an area of much confusion even today.   The FMLA has been in existence since 1993. I do not claim to be an FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) expert whatsoever.  That issue

New Mexico Supreme Court – Bad Decision on Temporary Total Disability

New Mexico Supreme Court Turns TTD into PTD The New Mexico Supreme Court recently ruled that Temporary Total (TTD) can be a permanent disability.  These types of decisions are often not underwritten by the Workers Compensation carrier. As discussed earlier in this blog, the WC insurance process is a delayed system.  The

Paying Supplemental Wages While Injured Employee TTD

Paying Supplemental Wages To Injured Employees Analyzed Is Paying Supplemental Wages while injured employee is TTD OK? I was asked this question twice over the last month.  This is one of those areas where an employer wants to help an injured employee by paying his/her shortfall while the employee is out

AOE COE – Similar to Tampa Bay Bucs Tynes Decision

AOE COE – Tampa Bay Bucs The AOE COE  is the Workers Comp acronym for Arising Out of Employment or in the Course of Employment. Lawrence Tynes was brought in by the Tampa Bay Bucs as a replacement for Connor Barth this NFL season.  Mr. Tynes is not happy as

Recent Florida Decision Make All Reserves Inadequate In Sunshine State?

Florida Decision Could Cause Crisis The recent Florida decision makes all reserves possibly inadequate.  The Florida Workers Comp Claim that was mentioned earlier this week shows how little the upper courts understand the intricacies of  certain Workers Comp claim systems.  There had been published cases by Supreme Court Justices that said they

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