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Gelman on Workers' Compensation Law 3rd Ed. 2024 Available

Gelman on Workers' Compensation Law 3rd Ed. 2024 Available

2024 Supplement

Jon Gelman’s* newly revised and updated treatise on Workers’ Compensation Law 2024 has been published by Thomson Reuters of Egan, MN. The treatise is the most complete and research-integrated work available on NJ Workers’ Compensation law. It is fully integrated with Westlaw.

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The work offers an in-depth and insightful analysis that provides quick and accurate guidance to those who practice workplace injury law. Time-saving comments and instructions shorten the claims process and expedite the handling of issues.

Updates include new case law and statutory changes including electronic discovery, defense medical examinations, attorney advertising, The Temporary Workers Bill of Rights, new rates of compensation, fees for medical experts and evaluations, the inclusion of psychological services, the duty of an insurance agent, and WARN Act updates for mass layoffs, medical record requests, and Insurance Fraud Prevention Act changes, and much more.

New areas of the law reviewed:

  • Trends—Federal position—Medical cost containment §1.20.06
  • Trends—Federal position—Federal benefit programs §1.20.7
  • Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act §1.23
  • Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) §1.26
  • Coverage of employment—Partners §3.4
  • Failure to insure §4.11
  • Fraud Prevention Act §4.15
  • Pulmonary Disability §9.17
  • Latex-related disease §9.23
  • Temporary Disability §16.2
  • Medical records—Request for hospital records §20.2
  • Electronic Discovery 22.33
  • Defense Medical Expert Examinations §26.3
  • Medical Expert Fees §30.4
  • Law Against Discrimination §32.1
  • Attorney Scope of Representation §34.2
  • Conflicts of Interest §34.5
  • Cybersecurity §34.11
  • Statutory Changes
  • Administrative Rule Changes
  • Disability Charts
  • Life Expectancy Tables

Gelman on Workers’ Compensation Law is exclusively integrated into the entire worldwide leading legal research network of Reuters-Thomson publications.

Gelman on Workers' Compensation Law is available on PROVIEW™ as an e-BOOK Edition. Now you can have Workers' Compensation Law, 3rd Ed (Vol.38-39A, NJ Practice Series, available conveniently on your mobile device.

It is now available, in print, and online via Westlaw™ and WestlawNext™. [Westlaw Database Identifier NJPRAC] 

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*Jon L. Gelman is nationally recognized as an author, lecturer, and skilled trial attorney in workers’ compensation law and occupational/environmental disease litigation. Over a career spanning over five decades, he has been involved in complex litigation involving thousands of clients challenging the mega-industries of asbestos, tobacco, and lead paint. Gelman is the author of NJ Workers’ Compensation Law (Thomson-Reuters) and co-author of the national treatise, Modern Workers’ Compensation Law (Thomson-Reuters). He is the former Vice-President of  The Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG), a charter member of The College of Workers' Compensation Lawyers, and a former member of the National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI).  He is the author of the nationally recognized blog Workers' Compensation 

Blog: Workers ' Compensation
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