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Employment, Litigation, Workers' Compensation, Family Law
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Soracco v. Williams Scotsman, Inc.

... Manafort became obligated to and did pay Soracco workers' compensation benefits as a result of his injuries. Soracco's ... Soracco. Manafort also asserted a workers' compensation lien in this action in the amount of $542,411.69. ...

Jaiguay v. Vasquez

... See footnote 9 of this opinion. In such circumstances, although the injured worker would satisfy the "place of injury" prong of the Cleveland test, he would not be an employee within the meaning of this state's Workers' Compensation Act. ...

Stearns & Wheeler, LLC v. Kowalsky Bros., Inc.

... the trial court improperly determined that the present action must be treated as a wrongful death action by virtue of the plaintiff's assignment of the action to the estates, and that the action, therefore, is barred by the exclusivity provision of the Workers' Compensation Act, General ...