Workers' Compensation Legal Resources

Workers’ compensation is a mechanism for providing cash-wage benefits and medical care to victims of work-related injuries. Workers’ compensation law is mostly state-based and interrelates with a variety of legal subject areas, including Medicare, Medicare Secondary Payer, Social Security Disability, Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Medical Leave Act, State Disability Leave, Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act, Affordable Care Act, insurance law, and employment law.

Lawyers must stay up to date on changing laws, new rulings, medical advances including the use of medical marijuana, workplace violence and more to represent clients properly. Having in-depth knowledge and analysis of workers’ compensation laws from active practitioners is critical. Practitioners will reference top sellers including Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, The Complete Guide to Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance and Workers’ Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis.

Our authors and attorney-editors analyze legislative actions, case law, and other factors impacting workers’ compensation. Whether your client is an employer, payer, provider, policymaker or other industry player, this content can help you make informed choices. Let us be your guide to the evolving landscape of workers’ compensation.

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