“Workers’ Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis” is a Must Read for Workers’ Compensation Practitioners
For those of you who follow national trends and hot issues regarding workers’ compensation, I highly recommend the 2021 LexisNexis book entitled “Workers Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis.” The book contains a collection of articles written by leading experts in the field of workers’ compensation. The lion’s share of the book is dedicated to issues related to the pandemic. One such article, authored by Michael C. Duff, Professor of Law at the University of Wyoming, addresses presumptions and how they work in various states. Other topics include medical marijuana and opioid laws, understanding the AMA Guidelines in workers’ compensation, ridesharing, and the independent contractor defense. The book also contains a state-by-state legislative and case law analysis, a “trends analysis” and a section that reviews cases of particular interest to practitioners and employers. “Workers’ Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis” was co-edited by attorney, Thomas Robinson, and the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network (NWCDN). Mr. Robinson is the co-author of Larson’s Workers’ Compensation Law (LexisNexis) and Larson’s Workers’ Compensation, Desk Edition (LexisNexis). The NWCDN is a nationwide network of independent law firms dedicated to promoting excellence in the practice of workers’ compensation law. For more information concerning the NWCDN, go to https://www.nwcdn.com. For more information concerning this exceptional book, go to https://tinyurl.com/u93aubra.
About the Author
This blog submission was prepared by Mike Fish, an attorney with Fish Nelson & Holden, LLC, a law firm dedicated to representing self-insured employers, insurance carriers, and third party administrators in all matters related to workers’ compensation. Fish Nelson & Holden is a member of the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network. If you have any questions about this submission or Alabama workers’ compensation in general, please contact Fish by e-mailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling him directly at 205-332-1448.