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Sample DE Workers' Compensation Cases
... Accordingly, we affirm. I. Facts. The facts are undisputed. While working for Employer as a construction worker, Ramirez was injured. He filed a petition with the Industrial Accident Board seeking payment of workers' compensation benefits. ...
... After claiming and receiving workers' compensation benefits, 1219 Grabowski brought a third party negligence action against the co-employees who were involved in the horseplay, defendant-appellees William Mangler, David Smith, and Joseph Ziemba ("Appellees"). ...
... The purpose of the Delaware Workers' Compensation Statute, as well as other similar state statutes, is a trade off. The first goal is prompt compensation to the injured worker for the job related injury without the worker being required to prove any fault. ...
... On December 30, 2005, Simmons petitioned the Board for workers' compensation benefits,  claiming that he was entitled to total disability benefits  for those two hospitalization periods. ... does not disqualify a claim for workers' compensation if the employment aggravated ... ...
... He can file again and prove that he is a displaced worker by evidence of "reasonable efforts to secure suitable employment ... shall first reimburse the employer or its workers' compensation insurance carrier for any amounts paid or payable under the Workers' Compensation Act ...
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