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Fortney v. AirTran Airways, Inc., 2009-SC-000429-WC (Ky. 2010). Whether an employer uses transportation or transportation expense as an inducement for an employee to accept or continue employment is material to [...]
On May 1, the world will turn its eyes to Louisville, Ky., and the 136th running of the Kentucky Derby. The majestic thoroughbreds and rich traditions of the horse industry [...]
FRANKFORT, Ky. (March 2, 2010) – The Governor's office announced in a statement released earlier today that Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear is asking the state’s largest workers’ compensation insurer [...]
The Denver Daily News reports that the Colorado Legislature is considering legislation that would limit when workers’ compensation insurers can spy on claimants. According to the article, The bill would [...]
In Day v. Day, No. 2008-CA-000133-MR (Ky. App. 2008) the Court of Appeals addressed the issue of whether workers’ compensation benefits constitute marital property. The simple answer was in the [...]
The Lexington-Herald Leader reports that the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) will take over administration and management of the Kentucky School Board Association's insurance pool known as Kentucky School Board [...]
The Lexington Herald-Leader (LHL) reports that the Kentucky School Board Insurance Trust (KSBIT) ,whose workers' compensation fund is running a $4.5 million deficit, is in talks with the Kentucky League [...]