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Starnes Davis Florie's Workers' Compensation Defense Bulletin (Summer 2013)

Workers' Compensation Defense Bulletin (Summer 2013):

Temporary, Manual Disabling of a Safety Device Does Not Constitute “Removal” Under ALA. CODE § 25-5-11(c)(2)

Trial Court’s Determination of Whether Employee Suffered Compensable Injury Given Great Deference

The Importance of Pleading Judicial Estoppel as an Affirmative Defense

Notice & Causation: Notice of Nature and Extent of Injury Not Required; Court Can Infer Medical Causation From Circumstantial Evidence

Last Injurious Exposure

“Dependency” Under ALA. CODE § 25-5-11 Refers to a Plaintiff’s Capacity, Not Standing

Settling Third-Party Claims & Subrogation

The Importance of Pleading Judicial Estoppel as an Affirmative Defense

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