We thought we would start off the New Year with a case that has important implications for those of us involved in worker’s compensation claims “Sixth Circuit Considers RICO Liability in WC Claims in Brown v. Cassens Transport Co.”
Inman and Fitzgibbons wishes you and your families a happy and healthy Holiday Season and New Year.
With the 2010 election year upon us, Inman & Fitzgibbons wants to keep its clients informed of positions taken by the various candidates on workers’ “Republican Lt. Governor Candidate to Pursue Workers’ Compensation Reforms”
In 2008, the Illinois Department of Insurance investigated 41 reports of possible workers’ compensation fraud, and referred 35 cases for prosecution. Working on referrals from “Workers’ Compensation Fraud Unit Issues Annual Report”
Congratulations to Inman and Fitzgibbons second year associate Steve Miller for successfully relying on an IME opinion at arbitration. In this case, the claimant, a “Nurse’s Demand for Surgery Under Section 8(a) Denied”
Please note the change to our email addresses. Effective immediately, all firm email address will end in “@inmanfitzgibbons.com”. Email to the old addresses will still “Our Email Addresses Have Changed”
As the first substantive post to the new blog, we thought it would be fun to examine an issue that tends to raise eyebrows – “High Times at the Commission”
Welome to the Inman & Fitzgibbons Blog. We will be using this blog to provide timely updates on developments in the law, at the Commission, “Hello!”