We have received questions from clients regarding the possibility of subrogation claims against the manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccines. The short answer is no. The reasons are interesting. The end result of injuries or claims by employees required to be vaccinated will likely fall on the workers’ compensation system.
What Is the Difference Between Third-Party Credit and Subrogation in the California Workers’ Compensation System?
Davil Vasquez offers a primer for understanding the distinction between the right to subrogation recovery and the right to third-party credit. He provides examples of California Labor Code § 3861 in action.
General Counsel, Jeffrey Adelson, provides a brief survey of the current status of bad faith claims, highlighting recent cases that have challenged long-term legal precedents.
This article offers staggering statistics on the prevalence of workplace bullying in the US, along with details about Puerto Rico’s groudbreaking new law.
After three days of complex arbitration, Michael Pang of Adelson McLean was able to convince the arbitrator that State Fund, rather than his client, was the carrier for the World League and its teams in California.
Michael J. Pang attains favorable decision for a client, who was not held liable for the remainder of the claim of a former NBA player.