Monthly Archives: July 2015

Workers’ Compensation Subrogation In All 50 States (6th Edition) Just Released!

Juris Publishing, Inc. has released the latest and most comprehensive edition of Workers’ Compensation Subrogation In All 50 States, the firm’s unique treatise on the subject. The book is carried on the shelves of every law school in the country … Learn More

Recovery Of Sales Tax After Vehicle Total Loss

Approximately 12% to 14% of all accidents result in a total loss, a number which has been trending upward since 2002. Insurance companies faced with first-party claims on policies are responsible for paying the actual cash value or market value … Learn More

Ohio Governor John Kasich Damages Subrogation Rights

Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich sure doesn’t act like a Republican. When a 2012 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court made it relatively simple for states to reject Obamacare’s costly expansion of Medicare on the backs of state taxpayers, many … Learn More

Oklahoma Supreme Court [Almost] Clarifies Subrogation In Employee Leasing Situations

Oklahoma has seen its share of changes in its workers’ compensation laws of recent. On May 6, 2013, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed S.B. 1062 into law, creating a new Title 85A of the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Act to operate … Learn More