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The Real Face of Fraud in Workers’ Comp

The Real Face of Fraud in Workers’ Comp In 2016, Reagan Kemple lost his life while battling wildfires in California, leaving behind a wife and 2 children. When Mrs. Kemple sought workers’ compensation benefits she was told that her husband’s employer did not have coverage because they did not have any employees—everyone who worked for them were Read More

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Hurt at work but told that you are not an employee? Don’t Give Up

Two years ago we shared a post which stated that, “according to the U.S. Department of Labor, approximately 30 percent of companies misclassify at least some employees. In total, about 42.6 million employees may be misclassified right now. The IRS and the Department of Labor have launched a campaign to root out these employers.” Alabama Read More

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Alabama Workers Compensation: Am I an employee?

For someone interested in workers’ comp law-this is an interesting case. Grad assistants at the University of Missouri argued that they should be considered employees of the university-the University argued that they were just students. The Western District Court of Appeals ruled that grad assistants are-in fact-employees. Regardless of how an employer chooses to classify Read More

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Are Part-Time Employees Entitled to Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

Can I file for workers compensation benefits if I was only a part time employee? Through the years the Alabama Job Injury attorneys at Powell and Denny have spoken to numerous injured workers who thought that their work injury would not be covered under Alabama’s workers compensation laws because they were a part time employee. Read More

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Tractor Trailer Truck Drivers

Last month we had a trial in Bessemer, AL. Our client had spent the last few decades of his life providing for his wife and family by being a tractor trailer truck driver. Unfortunately they suffered a serious job injury which required several surgeries, and once they reached maximum medical improvement, they were limited to Read More

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