Alabama Workers' Compensation Law and Handbook

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LexisNexis, 2004 - Law - 707 pages
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Contents

Foreword
270
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF THE ALABAMA WORKERS
283
EMPLOYEREMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP
292
COVERED AND NONCOVERED EMPLOYMENT
14
App 4A Ex parte Bonnie Kay Stewart
20
ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES SUBJECT TO THE
ARISING OUT OF AND IN THE COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT
App 7A Ex parte Trinity Industries
THE INITIAL INTERVIEW AND IMMEDIATE FOLLOWUP
HANDLING THE CLAIM WITHOUT SUIT BEING FILED
BRINGING A CLAIM TO CONCLUSION WITHOUT SUIT
FILING SUIT AND PRETRIAL PREPARATION
TRIAL OF A WORKERS COMPENSATION CASE
GENERAL ADVICE INITIAL EVALUATION AND REVIEW
HANDLING THE CLAIM WITHOUT SUIT BEING FILED
BRINGING A CLAIM TO CONCLUSION WITHOUT SUIT

NOTICE REQUIREMENTS
MEDICAL BENEFITS
COMPENSATION BENEFITS
VOCATIONAL BENEFITS
DEFENDING THE WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIM
UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES
ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS
TORTS AND WORKERS COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION OF WORKERS COMPENSATION
OTHER STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATION RELEVANT
IF SUIT HAS BEEN FILED PRETRIAL PREPARATION
TRIAL OF A WORKERS COMPENSATION CASE
CONCLUDING THE WORKERS COMPENSATION CASE
COLLECTING AND SATISFYING THE JUDGMENT
Part A Employee Forms
Part E MediationSettlement Forms
Part B Employer Forms
Discovery Forms
Part F Trial Related Forms
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