Monthly Archives: May 2017

Ohio Court Allows Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Reimbursement From Employer For Intentional Act

Words matter. On May 22, 2017, the Ohio Court of Appeals paid attention to the specific wording in the Workers’ Compensation Act and ignored the traditional definition given to the term “third party” in workers’ compensation subrogation settings. In McKinney … Learn More

Supreme Court Upholds FEHBA Subrogation Rights Over State Law

In a highly anticipated decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has finally weighed in on the issue of FEHBA subrogation and federal preemption of state laws in Coventry Health Care of Missouri, Inc. v. Nevils, 137 S.Ct. 1190 (April 18, 2017) … Learn More

What Is The Difference Between A “Claimant” And An “Insured”?

Words matter. Our firm reviews as many as two to three dozen new claim files/catastrophic injury cases every day. We review these files for many reasons, but primarily to determine if the loss/injury was the result of negligence on the … Learn More