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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Smigelski v. POTOMAC INSURANCE

... When a workers' compensation insurance policy expressly provides for certain coverage in states in addition to the primary state in which the policy was ... other states restricted to the benefits, if any, that would have been payable by the insurer had the injured worker's claim been ...

Simmons v. Comfort Suites Hotel

... In New York, the Worker's Compensation Statute requires an employer to pay for "medical ... or other attendance or treatment ... as the nature of the injury or the process of recovery may require." NY WORKERS' COMP. LAW § 13(a) (2009). ...

INJURED WORKERS' v. ORIENT EXPRESS

... LE § 9-508(f) does provide that a principal contractor is not liable to pay compensation to sole proprietors, there is nothing in the statute that indicates that a worker can simply "elect" status as a sole proprietor and "opt out" of the workers' compensation system if the worker is not ...