Most of us know someone who draws Social Security disability, or someone who should qualify. The reality, though, is that
Even if he is off the clock, a worker who crashes in a company car while on the way to the job site likely will be covered by Kentucky workers’ compensation. Such was the ruling in Padgett v. Bowlin Group, 2012-CA-001736-WC (Ky. App. 2013).
Kentucky tenants who know their landlords have not repaired a defect had best be careful. According to two Kentucky court rulings, they don’t have a blanket license to sue the landlord if they are injured by the defect.
Workers’ compensation cases tend to be a headache. So it’s understandable when employers shrug them off by funneling comp cases