Monthly Archives: October 2013

Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation Third-Party Dispute

If you think the recent Congressional civil war over cutting entitlements and spending, raising the debt ceiling (again), and funding Obamacare was a melee, welcome to the ongoing dispute in Pennsylvania over whether a workers’ compensation carrier can initiate the … Learn More

Florida Supreme Court Limits Economic Loss Doctrine To Product Liability Cases

In what will go down in legal history as one of the clearest and most forthright decisions in recent memory, the Florida Supreme Court has issued an opinion which limits the application of the Economic Loss Doctrine (ELD) to cases … Learn More

Missouri Occupational Disease Claims Once Again Compensable

Subrogation of Occupational Disease Claims Eliminated “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” – Al Pacino, Godfather III. In 2005, Missouri amended its statutes and divorced the compensability of occupational disease claims from its statutory … Learn More