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An Update on Alabama Workers’ Compensation in 2019 - On-Demand
Webinar now available On-Demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Need an update on the latest developments in Alabama Worker’s Compensation? Use this on-demand webinar covering all you need to know in 2019.
In a case of first impression, an employee cut his leg on a job site and was involved in an automobile accident on the way to get treatment. Were the injuries suffered in the auto accident compensable?
Busy attorneys and employers don’t have time to read all the workers’ compensation cases handed down by the Alabama Supreme Court and the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals. But they can get caught up on the most significant cases in this 60-minute webinar. Join us on April 24 as Carr Allison's Bo Kirkpatrick will review this case and other significant recent workers’ comp cases and explain their impact. This is one update you don't want to miss!
The presentation will include:
- Recent developments in the definition of a “special employer” under the Workers’ Compensation Act of Alabama
- Recent developments in Alabama courts asserting jurisdiction over workers’ compensation claims in Alabama, as well as new decisions on venue issues
- Recent developments with regard to the standard for medical causation in workers’ compensation cases in Alabama
- The constitutionality of the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act
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About Your Presenter:
Donald B. (Bo) Kirkpatrick is a senior shareholder and a founding member of Carr Allison in Birmingham. His practice focuses primarily on workers’ compensation and related litigation, including retaliatory discharge and other employment matters. He advises self-insured clients, third party administrators and insurance carriers with respect to workers’ compensation issues. He has handled litigation statewide for Fortune 500 Companies and has extensive trial experience throughout the state of Alabama. He has served as the Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Alabama State Bar and currently sits as the Co-Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Practice Group at Carr Allison. Mr. Kirkpatrick is one of only two attorneys from the State of Alabama who speaks regularly at the bi-annual Judicial College, put on for Alabama judges. He lectures at seminars nationwide on current issues and recent developments in workers’ compensation law. He served on the 10th Judicial Circuit of Alabama’s Workers’ Compensation and HIPAA Committees after being appointed by former Presiding Judge Scott Vowell. He has achieved a peer review AV rating through Martindale-Hubbell and has been selected to the Alabama Super Lawyers® list since 2008 as well as Best Lawyers in America® since 2012.