Compensation, Profiles

Teacher paid £17,000 compensation after slipping on a piece of HAM

A teacher who slipped while avoiding a slice of HAM and another who tumbled on a pen lid are among dozens of bizarre compensation payouts made by schools, it emerged yesterday (Weds). The teacher scooped £17,000 after side-stepping the meat slice on the dinner hall floor and slipping on “something gooey”. One council had to shell out £83,000 after an eight-year legal battle over a teacher who tripped on a football net. Th
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The Right Workers Compensation Attorney from North Kingstown …

The workers compensation laws are very complicated and each state has different limitation on both what and how you can claim from being injured on the job. This means that is vital that you consult the best workers compensation attorney from North Kingstown so that you understand exactly what your legal position is. Workers Compensation or Civil LawsuitThere may be limitations on your ability to file a civil lawsuit for
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The law and politics of bone marrow and compensation for donors

The Department of Health and Human Services is proposing new regulations that would put bone marrow more clearly into the class of organs for which payment is forbidden by the National Organ Transplant Act of 1984. This is in response to the decision by the Ninth Circuit to make compensation legal for bone marrow donations made through the harvesting of blood stem cells directly from the blood. Here’s the relevant p
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Washington County district attorney says dismissal of ethics charges …

The state bar has dropped ethics charges against Washington County’s district attorney and a defense lawyer accused of pushing to confine a mentally ill murder suspect, even though there was no legal basis to do so. The Oregon State Bar rescinded the charges against District Attorney Bob Hermann and Robert Axford, said Kateri Walsh,  a state bar spokeswoman. The allegations stemmed from an October 2011 court order t