June President’s Page

Hello, everyone. I hope you are all well and weathering the COVID-19 storm. The month of May sure offered its share of challenges and new developments. Those challenges will certainly continue for the immediate future, and even newer developments and challenges can, and should be, anticipated. Meanwhile, claims for workers’ compensation benefits continue to be […]

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Book Review

BOOK REVIEW By Attorney James Gallen, member Evans & Dixon, St. Louis MO   A History of America In Ten Strikes by Erik Loomis The New Press.  301 pp.  2018 by James M. Gallen, Esq.*   Lawyers, particularly those whose practices touch on employment relationships, will be more perceptive of the role of organized labor in […]

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A Charitable Idea for Those of us Who Earn Our Livings on the Backs of Injured Workers

By James M. Anderson Anderson Crawley & Burke, pllc Ridgeland, MS janderson@acblaw.com 601 500 7477   Several years ago, I met Bob Wilson, aka @workcompking, and heard for the first time the concept that we have named our workers’ compensation system the wrong thing by overlooking the issue of recovery.  I was fascinated by the […]

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June 2020 Member News

  Kentucky Administrative Law Judge Appointments   Tonya Clemons, Lexington, Kentucky           Peter Naake, Louisville, Kentucky           Thomas Polites, Lexington, Kentucky           Paul Whalen, Fort Thomas, Kentucky           Administrative Law Judge positions available in Sunny Arizona The Industrial Commission […]

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