Having recently participated in an on site OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) investigation following a serious accident at an Employer's facility, I gained some insight for Employers on OSHA matters. ... Continue Reading
Debunking The Myth Of Daubert: The Chance Of Excluding Plaintiff's Expert From Testifying Is Easier Than You Think
Sometimes clients are hesitant to attempt to exclude plaintiff's testifying experts because they believe the probability of excluding the expert is low. ... Continue Reading
Axson Timber Co. V. Wilson: Clarifying The Scope Of The "Premises" Requirement In Statutory Employer Claims
In order to ensure that employees of subcontractors in construction and other industries are covered by workers' compensation insurance, O.C.G.A. § 34-9-8 provides that, in certain situations, a "principal, intermediate, or subcontractor" may be liable for workers' compensation benefits to an employee of its subcontractor. ... Continue Reading
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