Attorney fee schedules: 2 rulings on their role in workers compReprints
A long-standing principle governing workers compensation cases provides access to an attorney who will help the injured worker litigate the case efficiently and capably. To give attorneys incentive to take on such cases and to ease the burden on an injured worker to find a capable attorney, attorneys receive their fees from the worker's damage award. Jim Woods and Jeyshree Ramachandran of Mayer Brown L.L.P. discuss states' attorney fee schedules and their effect on these comp cases. Listen to Mr. Woods weigh in:
Read Mr. Wood's perspective piece: Attorney fee rulings set to alter execution, costs of comp cases.
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