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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

CORPORATE RESOURCE MGMT. v. Southers

... to claimant, and claimant went without medical attention for eighteen months while CRM attempted to determine whether it had workers' compensation coverage for ... There, too, an injured worker argued it was "not necessary for him to specify all injuries" in his original claim. Id. ...

Hilton v. Martin

... the plaintiff's case on the ground that it involved an "injury arising out of" her employment and therefore that the Virginia Worker's Compensation Act, Code ... that Martin had a reputation as a "kid in an adult's body," that he had a tendency to "harass his female co-workers" and that ...

WAVERLY LAW ENFORCEMENT v. Ownes

... Appellants, Town of Waverly Law Enforcement and Virginia Municipal Group Self-Insurance Association (collectively, "employer"), appeal a decision of the Workers' Compensation Commission granting Owens benefits. ... Id. B. Recodification Of The Workers' Compensation Act. ...