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Disc Compensable Not Depression (access required)

In consolidated appeals, the Court of Appeals affirms decisions of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission awarding compensation for employee’s disc injury and medical treatment and denying compensation for employee’s depression as not work-related; credible record evidence supports causation of the ...

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Lawyer’s letters enough for bigger fee

Good lawyers know sometimes it only takes the right letter to the right person to win a client’s case. The Workers’ Compensation Commission recognized as much last week when it boosted the attorney’s fee for a claimant’s lawyer. Richmond lawyer ...

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No comp for canine road trip

If you are an employer who provides pet privileges at your workplace, be careful how you involve your employees with your animals. Creating some distance between a pet and an employee can help protect an employer from a workers’ comp ...

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