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  • Other return to work issues with the New Mexico Workers' Compensation Act

    Several workers' lawyers have told me that some employers and workers' compensation insurers in their cases are trying to misuse the New Mexico Workers' Compensation Act return to work provisions to their benefit and the detriment of the injured worker. I've been told that after a worker is inju...
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  • The New Mexico Legislature in session

    The New Mexico Legislature is in session. At this time, there are no workers' compensation bills. I will update my blog if any workers' compensation bills are filed.
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  • Amazon workers are more at risk for work injuries and on the job injuries

    OSHA has fined Amazon for workplace safety violations injuring workers. OSHA found that Amazon workers suffered "high rates of musculoskeletal disorders" and are at a high risk for lower back injuries caused by lifting heavy packages for long periods of time. I represent injured workers from al...
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  • Workers' Compensation Administration Judge vacancies will delay case resolution

    The New Mexico Workers' Compensation Administration has one judge vacancy based on Judge Couture's resignation in November. Judge Bayless was not renewed. So, when she leaves in the next few months, there will be two. We have been told that trials in those case will not be scheduled until the va...
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  • The New Mexico Workers' Compensation Act return to work section

    Many injured workers I speak with do not know that there is a section of the New Mexico Workers' Compensation Act that assists injured workers to return to work for the employer they were working with when they were injured on the job. It's Section 52-1-50.1 of Workers' Compensation Act. I wrote...
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Bob Scott

“My sole focus is on helping New Mexicans injured at work and injured by the negligence of others. I've also represented New Mexico employees who have suffered discrimination at work, been wrongfully terminated or who have not been paid for the work they did.” Read More

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