Who is eligible to receive workers' comp benefits in MA?
New York’s unfortunate emergence as the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States has raised an abundance of questions
Notes from a conference call with Joseph DeRita, Director of Workers' Compensation Office of Adjudication for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry.
With colleges and universities making the decision to move to online learning in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic, families are left with a myriad of questions
Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation system continues to struggle with how to move matters along, considering that the ongoing COVID-19 crisis has rendered live hearings impossible
A claimant alleging work-related COVID-19 would need to prove that there was an exposure at work that caused COVID-19 for an accidental injury.
Although recently expanded in response to COVID-19, work-from-home positions are not a unique concept
The World Health Organization’s (“WHO”) formal declaration that the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is now a pandemic.
Florida is one of the states with the highest count of COVID-19 cases, and the rate is increasing daily.
Is there business interruption coverage available to those businesses that have been forced to shut down and/or halt operations due to the COVID-19 crisis? Maybe.
As colleges and universities are closing their doors early due to COVID-19, are students entitled to any sort of refund?
Determining the compensability of employees who contract COVID-19 needs to be analyzed on a case-by-case basis
Under Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Law, an occupational disease is set apart of accidental injuries
Recent media reports have raised concerns and… some confusion.
The ramifications for employers are significant.
Lawsuits to come out of the myriad scenarios associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Chartwell Law's view on wage loss benefits due to COVID-19
COVID-19 causes challenges for businesses to trigger coverage for business interruption.
Like recent natural disasters, such as Superstorm Sandy, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is likely to result in a myriad of insurance coverage claims
In Connecticut, is COVID-19 a compensable injury under the Workers' Compensation Act?
In Maine, what are the Supreme Judicial Court's requirements for workers' compensation benefits?
On March 16, 2020 the DOL issued a press release stating PA workers affected by the novel coronavirus may be eligible for UC and WC benefits.
If COVID-19 arises out of and in the course of employment is it a compensable illness in NJ?