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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Newbury v. State Farm Fire & Casualty Ins. Co.

... Under the workers' compensation provision, if the extent to which worker's compensation benefits were "required to be payable" had only been $8,000.00 of Newbury's $18,000.00 in medical expenses, State Farm would have had to pay the remaining $10,000.00 under the ...

Satterlee v. Lumberman's Mut. Cas. Co.

... The Utah offset kicked in once an injured worker had received 312 weeks of workers' compensation. ... Section 39-71-710, MCA. The Utah offset reduced by fifty percent the amount of workers' compensation benefit that the injured worker may receive. ...

McKinnon v. Western Sugar Co-Op. Corp.

... Larson's Workers' Compensation Law § 103.03 (Rev. ... Although the Court reasons that "McKinnon specifically alleges that Western Sugar's conduct fit within the exception to Worker's Compensation exclusivity at § 39-71-413, MCA," this is the precise tactic we rejected in Wise ...