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Tuesday, September 06, 2005


In the medical transcription industry, there a lot of companies classifying workers as independent contractors and statutory employees, so I find this particularly interesting (even if it is a bit dated). There's a good reason for running one's business operation decision past a good attorney.

In most of the New York personal injury cases, negligence is critical to file a personal injury lawsuit. However, it is often difficult to dicuss negligence during personal injury cases and only an experienced attorney can help you resolve various issues involving injury cases. If you are injured within New York injury cases, and you want to file a personal injury lawsuit, then you must contact a Personal injury lawyer immediately.

It is very important legislation which provide a solution to cases in which the employee should receive any compensation. A single worker will find it difficult to recieve his rights without such laws. it is a formal recognition on workers' rights

Every state has a statute of limitations that determines the time limit for filing a lawsuit. A victim may not be eligible for compensation if there is a delay in filing the lawsuit.

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Thanks! Great post you have written on "Statutory Employment". Really I can say that your post is very informative, I'll come across your blog again when you will update it with new.

Where can I find Michigan workers compensation appellate board and magistrate decisions in a searchable format? The Michigan wcac and magistrate websites list some of the decisions in PDF format however there's no way to search those decisions by using keywords; you only have the option to find a decision by party name, date of decision or docket number. There's virtually thousands of those decisions on the board's website but no way to search the collection of decisions by keyword, rendering the database pretty much useless.

I would also like to find the older board decisions, prior to 1996, if anyone has those perhaps they would like to share (prefer the electronic copies), and in exchange I would be willing to set up a searchable database to use for searching those older decisions.

Please respond here. Thanks everyone!


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