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Sample HI Workers' Compensation Cases

... Essentially, Goodsill argued: (1) "an employee is barred by the exclusivity provision of [Hawaii's workers' compensation law] from asserting claims for negligence against his or her employer; and (2) Goodsill did not owe [Kamaka] a duty to investigate, much less investigate ...

... This appeal presents the question of whether an adult corrections officer, who was injured while bowling, is entitled to compensation under the Hawai`i workers' compensation law. We hold that the injuries sustained by the adult corrections officer were not work-related. ...

... Here, Capua argues that "the ICA disregarded the consistent legacy concerning the construction of the workers' compensation statute and [Capua's] challenge that ... is invalid because "[n]owhere does [HRS § 386-25] or 198 [its] legislative history limit an injured worker's right to ...

... Under the provisions of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §§ 386-73 (Supp.2007) and 386-87 (1993) of the Hawai`i workers' compensation law, the parties to a decision by the Director of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (the Director) have the right to appeal the ...

... Hence, as a general matter, the costs of proceedings present an onerous burden for employees. It would be inherently inequitable to force an already burdened worker (or his or her dependents) to twice expend funds successfully litigating a claim for workers' compensation. ...

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