Monthly Archives: June 2013

Intervention Now Mandatory In Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Subrogation

The Mississippi Supreme Court recently dropped a bombshell and announced that in order to be reimbursed for its statutory workers’ compensation lien, a workers’ compensation carrier or employer must intervene into the third-party action. Liberty Mutual Ins. Co. v. Shoemake, … Learn More

Federal Court Decision Questions Right of ERISA Plan To File Subrogation Suit

A 2012 Texas Federal Court decision has brought into focus the ability of an ERISA Plan to file a state subrogation tort action. While dealing specifically with a Contribution of Benefits issue, the Federal Court decision in Central States v. … Learn More

Delaware Limits Workers’ Comp Subrogation Against UM/UIM Benefits

The Delaware Supreme Court proved me right recently. On March 19, 2013, the Court examined sloppy amendments the Delaware Legislature made to § 2363 back in 1993 and formally announced for the first time that a workers’ compensation carrier is … Learn More

MWL Participates In Big Brothers Big Sisters Charity Golf Outing

On June 7, 2013, MWL participated in the Washington County Big Brothers and Big Sisters Golf Event and Fundraiser which took place at the Washington County Golf Course in Hartford, Wisconsin. Gary Wickert is pictured here golfing a hole where you had to dress up … Learn More