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Collateral Source Rule Applies to Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Insurance Payments—or Does It?

In a personal injury case, the collateral-source rule bars a tortfeasor, a defendant, from reducing his liability by the amount the plaintiff recovers from independent sources. It is a substantive rule of law, as well as an evidentiary rule (disallowing … Continue reading

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Guidance Slowing Appearing for UBIT & Excess Compensation TCJA Provisions

In its August 2018 Update for the 2017-18 Priority Guidance Plan, Treasury and the IRS identified only two exempt organization specific items from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) as needing guidance this fiscal year: "computation of unrelated business… … Continue reading

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Rhode Island Supreme Court Upholds Post-Employment Compensation Split in Divorce

When a couple gets divorced, one of the first things the court needs to figure out is which property is marital property and which property is separate property. Typically, any property brought into the household during the marriage will be … Continue reading

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North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Claim Involving Kitchen Slip-and-Fall Denied Based on Failure to Link Additional Claim for Benefits with Original Injury

Filing a claim for workers’ compensation benefits is merely the first step in receiving the financial support that you need and deserve after an accident at work. Your employer’s insurance carrier may contest your claim or seek a denial of … Continue reading

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Are You Settling Your Iowa Workers’ Compensation Claim Too Soon?

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