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.
In late March at least 16 million U.S. workers started working remotely due to Covid-19. This new normal brings work colleagues into your home, and not all of them are guests you would have invited. Some of them are bullies.
Following the lead of other states, Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order on May 6, 2020, allowing any COVID-19 related illness of an employee to be presumed industrially compensable. Here is a summary of the order and our thoughts.
Jeff Adelson is participating in a panel webinar on WorkCompCentral this Friday, April 24th. This is sure to be an engaging day of sessions focused on 5 key states: NJ, FL, IL, TX and CA.
Adelson McLean is donating a portion of all receivables to Direct Relief, an organization recommended by Forbes, CNBC and Fast Company for its actions toward the COVID-19 support effort.