Workers’ Compensation & Employers’ Liability Article Archives

Implications for COVID-19 Vaccine Complications in the District of Columbia

January, 2021 | By Julie D. Murray

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued the first emergency use authorization for a vaccine to combat the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine through emergency use authorization. During the approval process, members of the FDA committee expressed concern regarding adverse reactions to the vaccine. The FDA reports the most common solicited adverse reactions were…

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D.C. Workers’ Compensation and COVID-19 Stress-Related Claims

June, 2020 | By Julie D. Murray

As essential workers continue to work, and others are making plans to return, employers in the District of Columbia face the potential for stress-related workers’ compensation claims due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As these are unprecedented times, there remain questions regarding the compensability of such claims. View Article The above publication is saved in PDF format.…

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New Maryland Workers’ Compensation Legislation Goes Into Effect

October, 2017 | By Julie D. Murray

Four new laws have gone into effect as of October 1, 2017, that impact Employers and Insurers in Maryland.

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Client Alert: The Importance of Promptly Denying Medical Bills Upon Receipt of the Form CMS-1500

February, 2017 | By Michael S. Fox

Recently, I had an opportunity to assist with the handling of a case wherein a medical provider was seeking payment of medical bills which we contend were properly denied; however, the provider was relying upon a narrow interpretation of the COMAR regulations to argue that we waived the right to contest the bills. Specifically, in…

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