• Are you looking for a lawyer for your case?

  • Are you a Lawyer looking for Legal Clients?

Association Credit A premium discount provided to members of a trade association that has selected WCF as its workers' compensation insurance carrier of choice. Members must meet the program's requirements to obtain the discount.
Attending Physician A physician primarily responsible for the treatment of an injured worker.
Attending Physician’s Supplemental Report Workers’ Compensation Commission Form 49 used by an attending physician to report medical findings related to an employee’s compensable work-related injury or occupational disease during the course of treatment.
If you want to see more lawyer profiles, please, Log In to Legal Bistro.
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Law Firm Name:
Kemp Smith LLP
Areas of practice:
No data supplied
Tags:
No data supplied
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Law Firm Name:
Unknown
Areas of practice:
No data supplied
Tags:
No data supplied
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Law Firm Name:
Standing Chapter 13 Trustee
Areas of practice:

Debtor's Rights

Consumer Bankruptcy

Business Bankruptcy

Creditor's Rights

Tags:
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Law Firm Name:
Unknown
Areas of practice:
No data supplied
Tags:
No data supplied
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Law Firm Name:
Unknown
Areas of practice:
No data supplied
Tags:
No data supplied
According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, During 2007, more than half (55%) of local police departments used regularly scheduled foot patrol, and about a third (32%) used bicycle patrol.
Bureau Of Justice
According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in 2008 Crimes committed in Indian country are often subject to concurrent jurisdiction between multiple criminal justice agencies. The Major Crimes Act (18 U.S.C. § 1153), as amended, grants concurrent federal jurisdiction for 16 major crimes committed by Native Americans occurring in Indian country. State jurisdiction for crimes committed in Indian country is primarily provided for under P.L. 280. Tribal courts maintain concurrent jurisdiction when federal or state jurisdiction is applied.
Bureau Of Justice
According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in 2008 State prosecutors’ offices generally do not have jurisdiction over crimes committed in Indian country due to the sovereign status of federally recognized tribes in the United States. However, state prosecutors’ offices in 16 states may exercise jurisdiction over crimes committed on tribal lands under P.L. 280. This law established state jurisdiction over offenses committed by or against American Indians in Indian country, including federally recognized reservations,tribal communities, and identified trust lands. P.L. 280 is mandatory for 6 states and optional for 10 states.
Bureau Of Justice
about smoking  about social security  about social services  about social welfare  about substance abuse  about the department of defense  about the environment  about the gi bill  about the government  about water pollution  abuse  abuse  abuse  abuse  abuse alcohol  abuse alcohol  abuse and neglect  abuse and neglect  abuse and violence  abuse and violence  abuse articles  abuse articles  abuse child  abuse child  abuse child  abuse children  abuse children  abuse children  abused child  abused children  abused children  abuse definition  abuse definition  abuse definition  abuse domestic  abuse domestic  abuse domestic violence  abused women  abuse facts  abuse help  abuse hotline  abuse hotline  abuse in children  abuse in children  abuse law  abuse laws  abuse legislation  abuse neglect  abuse of child  abuse of children