Crossan v. Travelers Commercial Ins. Co., 2015 WL 1378916 (Del. Super. Ct. Mar. 10, 2015) aff'd sub nom. Crossan v. Travelers Ins. Co., 2015 WL 7345752 (Del. Nov. 17, 2015)
Short-Karr v. RB Gyms, Inc., 2015 WL 7776734 (Del. Super. Ct. Nov. 20, 2015)
Delaware Superior Court holds that non-paying gym goer is business invitee, not guest without payment, denies Motion for Summary Judgment
Christiana Care Health Services v. Palomino; Timber Products v. Avila-Hernandez; Berger Brothers v. Munoz, Del. Supr. Nos. 56, 2012; 62, 2012; 63, 2012 (Consolidated) (April 11, 2013).
Delaware Workers' Compensation Administrative Regulation establishing a 45-day appeal time period for Utilization Review Determinations is invalid, the 5-year statute of limitations applies.
Nicole Johnson v. Community Systems, Inc., IAB Hearing No. 1351297 (May 11, 2011)
Employer filed a Petition for Review seeking to terminate Claimant's ongoing temporary total disability benefits. The parties' medical experts were in agreement that Claimant was capable of working in a full-time, light duty capacity, since approximately one week after the accident.
State of Delaware v. Dawn Sturgeon, Del. Super., C.A. No. N10A-09-016, Slights, J. (June 9, 2011), 2011 WL 2416306
Eugene Watson v. Wal-Mart Associates, Del. Supr., C.A. No. 442, 2010, (October 21, 2011) (en Banc)
Puckett v. Matrix Services, Del. Supr. No. 435, 2012 (Jan. 7, 2013)
The Delaware Supreme Court concludes that in the context of a termination petition the Employer is not require to prove a change in the medical condition of the Claimant.
Campos v. Daisy Constr. Co., --- A.2d ----, 2014 WL 7011818 (Del. Nov. 13, 2014)
Undocumented worker’s immigration status, although a bar to employment, does not relieve Employers of their obligation to show job availability in the context of a termination petition.
Sean Emory v. J.R.'s Truck Co., Inc., IAB Hearing No. 1295612 (March 31, 2011)
State v. Neff, 842 A2d 1244 (Del. 2004)
The Supreme Court accepted the Employer's argument that a permanent disability could be apportioned to a prior injury even if the Claimant was not symptomatic at the time of the recent injury, if the Claimant had a measurable disability from the prior injury.