3 Lessons From Navigating Interstate Workers’ Compensation Court Cases

 Monday, October 7, 2019

 Risk & Insurance

From injured workers filing claims in more than one state to conflicting doctrines on subrogation, cross-jurisdictional workers’ compensation cases can be complex for injured workers and employers alike.

Because of the difficulties of interstate claims, employers who do business in more than one state need to be on top of each state’s laws and to understand where they may conflict.

Here are three cross-jurisdiction workers’ compensation cases that prove that it pays to have a solid grasp of other state’s laws.

1) Former NFL Player Filed Workers’ Comp Claim in State Where He Lives, Not Where He Played
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