Monthly Archives: March 2019

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer’s New Orleans Office Celebrates Five Years

We are pleased to announce that this month our New Orleans branch office celebrated its five year anniversary with our firm. The Louisiana office is overseen by MWL partner, Jim Busenlener. Jim is a 1993 graduate of Tulane University in … Learn More

Sitting In Judgment Of The Proper Spelling: “Judgement” Or “Judgment”?

The English language is a fascinating subject with a history as rich as it is confusing. It is spoken by nearly 1 billion people worldwide, making it the second most-spoken language, with only Mandarin (1.2 billion) surpassing it. It is … Learn More

Sometimes You Need More Than A Handshake: Documenting Waivers of Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Liens and Credits

A recent Pennsylvania federal court decision reminds us all that when settling third-party cases that involve workers’ compensation subrogation interests, it is vitally important to understand all of the steps which are necessary to fully document and enforce any settlement … Learn More

Arizona Supreme Court Applies Nebraska Law In Conflict-Of-Law Case

One year ago, the Arizona Court of Appeals announced that A.R.S. § 23-1023 was not a statute of limitations under Arizona law, with regard to the requirement that an employee must file a third-party action within the first year after … Learn More

Tennessee Denies Recovery Of Nurse Case Management Fees By Workers’ Compensation Carrier

Another state has been heard from. The growing outcry for direction over whether case management fees can be recovered by a subrogated workers’ compensation carrier has in many respects been as daunting and elusive as the search for the Holy … Learn More