February 2012 Workers Compensation Top Blawgs

  1. Covers national and Maryland state tort and workers compensation legislation. Also focuses on boating, car, motorcycle, pedestrian and truck accidents, as well as medical malpractice and wrongful death. By Lebowitz & Mzhen.
  2. Covers workers's compensation in Connecticut. By James Aspell.
  3. Covers personal injury, workers compensation and medical malpractice issues for Illinois and Iowa lawyers. By Michael J. Warner & Associates.
  4. Covers personal injury legal news.
  5. Covers workers compensation issues in Washington.
  6. Covers automobile accidents, class actions, products liability, workers compensation and other personal injury topics. By Flaxman Law Group.
  7. Analyzes of trends and developments in workers' compensation law. By Jon L. Gelman.
  8. Covers Minnesota workers compensation issues. By the Law Office of Thomas Mottaz.
  9. Covers personal injury and workers compensation. By Schultz & Myers.
  10. Covers construction accidents, truck accidents and Illinois workers compensation. By Law Offices of Steven J. Malman & Associates P.C.
  11. Discusses Minnesota workers compensation benefit issues, including wage loss, notice of intent to discontinue, rehabilitation and permanent partial disability. By Thomas Atkinson.
  12. Covers workers' compensation law in Minnesota.
  13. Covers auto accidents, dog bites and workers compensation. By Lependorf & Silverstein.
  14. Covers construction accidents and workplace fraud. By Altman & Altman, LLP.
  15. Covers news and resources for U.S. contractors injured in Iraq, Afghanistan, and around the world. By Herbert Chestnut & Associates.
  16. Covers workers compensation and wrongful termination. By Donald W. Fohrman & Associates.
  17. Covers employment and labor law issues. By McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC.
  18. Covers employment and discrimination issues related to civil service. By the Law Offices of Kevin P. Sheerin.
  19. Covers employment issues related to corrections officers, firefighters, and police officers in New Jersey. By Frank M. Crivelli of Arpaia and Crivelli.