Designed for attorneys, claims adjusters, physicians, self-insured employers and vocational rehabilitation workers, this title covers all relevant statutes and regulations, case law, and current practice and procedure. Also includes a reprint of relevant workers’ compensation statutes and rules, case summaries of recent published opinions of the Texas appellate courts, and significant appeals panel decisions of the Division of Workers’ Compensation.
Post Hoc Press.
Latest received: 51st Edition, 2020.
This title includes all of the statutes relating workers’ compensation in Texas. It covers rules, case and Appeals Panel summaries, expert commentary and a cross-referencing index. Further, it includes summaries of Division Appeal Panel Decisions, Court of Civil Appeals and Supreme Court Decisions, rules passed by the Division and important policy guidelines.
Latest received: 2020 Edition.
By Lerner, Karen A.
This title covers all aspects of a workers’ compensation claim from the filing of a Notice of Injury and Claim for Compensation with the Industrial Accident Board to the trial of the cause of action in a de novo appeal. It is designed to be used by lawyers, judges, and others involved in the adjusting or trial of a workers’ compensation case. Contains the Rules of The Industrial Accident Board.
Latest received:REL. 102 JUN 2009.
By Larson, Arthur.
One of the oldest and most comprehensive treatise on workers' compensation law, this 12 volume set provides the standard framework for workers' compensation law. All areas of workers' compensation law are covered as well as its interaction with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Social Security Act, and the Longshore and Harbor Worker's Compensation Act.
Latest received:SUPP. JUN 2011.
Clark Boardman Callaghan.
This three-volume set is designed to be statute-oriented quick reference. Topics covered include construction and validity, compulsory and elective coverage, exclusivity, governing law, covered individuals, accidents, diseases, employment connection, and compensation and benefits.
This three-volume set provides medical information on occupational injuries and illnesses. Chapters provide a broad overview of specific injuries and includes information on diagnosis, treatment, and methods of prevention with technical terms defined and illustrations included. Injuries covered include head, back, ankle, knee, and hand injuries as well as repetitive motion disorders and segmental vibration injuries.
This title examines the Occupational Safety and Health Act from a neutral perspective. Specific topics covered include compliance duties, the general duty clause, employer obligations, affirmative defenses, inspections and citations, the warrant requirement in OSHA inspections, types of violations, and civil penalties and criminal sanctions. The Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977, the OSF Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family and Medical Leave act are also covered.
Latest received: 2017 Edition.
By Rothstein, Mark A.
This annually updated handbook covers the legal doctrine and practical considerations of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). Specific topic include the history of the act, coverage, state plans and laws, promulgation of standards, compliance with standards, general duty clause, recordkeeping, enforcement, adjudication, and OSHA-related litigation.
Understanding the AMA guides in workers' compensation
3rd ed. /.
This guide is designed to help practitioners better understand the American Medical Association's new standards for evaluating permanent impairments. Practical jargon-free answers are provided to many of the questions surrounding impairment ratings. Also include are sample cross-examinations, sample proofs, judicial interpretations of AMA guides from all 50 states, and a historical overview of the guides.
Workers' compensation and employee protection laws in a nutshell
By Hood, Jack B.
4th ed. c2005.
"This compact, comprehensive reference guide covers workers compensation and employee protection laws, stressing the rights and duties of both the employer and the employee in the workplace. The text pays special attention to the laws that protect the employee and answers the most common workers' compensation questions asked by students and lawyers. It is ideal both as a student study aid and review for the practitioner." - from the publisher
By Jasper, Margaret C.
2nd ed., Rev. and updated.
"Discusses common elements of a workers' compensation program, including filing of a claim; receipt of benefits. Provides overview of the Federal program for disabled non-military federal employees; Longshore & Harbor Workers' Compensation Program; Black Lung Benefits Program; Energy Employees' Occupational Illness Compensation Program; Federal Employment Liability Act; Merchant Marine Act; Veterans Disability programs; Social Security Disability Insurance program." - from the publisher
Workers' compensation law : Cases, materials, and text
By Larson, Lex K.
4th ed. c2008.
"Workers' Compensation Law is a blend of conventional casebook style and concise text. The basic concepts of workers' compensation—including course of employment, arising out of employment, injury by accident, employee status—are covered in the more traditional fashion, with case excerpts provided for students to learn these concepts." - from the publisher
Workers' compensation subrogation : In all 50 states
By Wickert, Gary L.
Juris Publishing Inc.
4th ed. c2009.
This title provides an introduction to multi-state workers' compensation subrogation. The first eight chapters provide an introduction to subrogation with the author using Texas's laws to exemplify many points of subrogation. Also covered is longshore and harbor workers' compensation subrogation, extra-territorial subrogation, and hiring subrogation counsel. Extensive information is provided on the workers' compensation subrogation laws of all 50 states.