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Marybeth McCaffrey

Contract, Social Security, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation
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Heidi S. Groff

Workers' Compensation, Contract, Personal Injury, Malpractice
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Workers' Compensation, Car Accident, Personal Injury, Animal Bite
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Smith v. Desautels

... 175, 177, 730 A.2d 601, 603 (1999). ¶ 19. The superior court's construction of § 618(d) also appears too limited in light of the statutory scheme. Normally, a worker cannot elect to sue the employer in tort because workers' compensation is the exclusive remedy. 21 VSA § 622. ...

Chayer v. Ethan Allen, Inc.

... workplace, and that this breach of that duty was not actionable in tort due to the exclusive-remedy provisions of the workers' compensation law ... Two weeks before the amputation, plaintiff and a co-worker delivered a written work order requesting new brakes for the machine to the ...

Letourneau v. AN Deringer/Wausau Ins. Co.

... benefits of Vermont's workers' compensation statutes regardless of where their injury took place. See 21 VSA §§ 616(a) ("[T]his chapter shall apply to all employment in this state."), 619 ("[A] worker who has been hired in this state ... shall be entitled to compensation according to ...