workers’ compensation

OUCH! Once Again in the Top 25

By |2010-11-02T12:46:03+00:00November 2nd, 2010|

LexisNexis has for the third year in a row ranked Roland Legal’s blog OUCH! as one of its top 25 blogs for 2010. In selecting OUCH! for this honor, LexisNexis [...]

Colorado Proposes Limits on Surveillance

By |2010-01-31T23:40:54+00:00January 31st, 2010|

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 [...]

Day v. Day: Until Comp do us Part

By |2009-12-28T04:50:53+00:00December 28th, 2009|

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 [...]

KLC Lends a Hand to KSBIT

By |2009-12-09T01:42:59+00:00December 9th, 2009|

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 [...]

KSBIT in Merger Talks with KLC

By |2009-10-29T14:34:09+00:00October 29th, 2009|

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 [...]