Tag Archives: Performing

Massachusetts Appellate Court Upholds Finding that Injured Employee is Incapable of Performing Sedentary Work over Employer’s Objection that Judge was Biased

When you suffer an injury on the job, sometimes the damage is so severe that you are unable to resume your normal occupational duties. Part of the claims process involves examining your work capacity and determining the types of work … Continue reading

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Woman Sues Hospital for Performing Emergency C-Section without Anesthesia

When you go to the hospital, you expect to receive competent care. When that does not happen, the consequences for the patient can be devastating. If you believe that you were harmed by a medical professional’s negligence in a hospital … Continue reading

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Could voluntarily performing environmental cleanup threaten insurance coverage?

This post was guest authored by Stoel Rives summer associate Nina Neff. Because of the increasing frequency of significant, often multimillion-dollar, environmental claims against businesses and individuals under environmental statutes such as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, it … Continue reading

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Performing light duty may impact on eligibility for disability retirement

Performing light duty may impact on eligibility for disability retirement Perez-Dunham v McCall, 279 AD2d 884 In June 1996, police officer Magarita Perez-Dunham applied for performance of duty disability retirement benefits based upon an injury sustained in November 1993. The … Continue reading

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