Jon L Gelman’s Guides

Jon L Gelman

Wayne Workers' Compensation Lawyer.

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  1. Are Driving Distractions Within the Course of the Employment?

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, over 4 years ago.

    Facts About Distracted Driving Distracted driving is dangerous. Distraction from cell phone use while driving (hand held or hands free) delays a driver's reactions as much as having a blood alcohol c

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  2. The Urgent Need for Workers Compensation Pandemic Planning

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, almost 5 years ago.

    WHO Alert The 2009 influenza pandemic has created a new framework of acts and regulations to respond the World Health Organization’s (WHO) phase 6 pandemic alert. Governmentally imposed employment di

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  3. Highlighting Safety at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA)

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, almost 5 years ago.

    Recent Discussions In a recent discussion on National Public Radio's program "Living on Earth," a "New Approach to Workplace Dangers" was discussed. "President Obama recently announced the nomination

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  4. Employer Responsibility in the Flu Pandemic

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, almost 5 years ago.

    WHO In the US alone there have been 6,506 hospitalizations of H1N1 Flu patients. The CDC has reported that there have been 436 reported to date because of the novel flu infection. The World Health Or

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  5. OSHA Adds Hexavalent Chromium to Shipyards Standards

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, almost 5 years ago.

    The Maritime Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health "The Maritime Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health recommended that OSHA update and republish the shipyard and longsh

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  6. Firefighters Required to Stop Smoking On And Off Duty

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, almost 5 years ago.

    Ordinances Ordinances allowing presumptions have unique interpretations. A local ordinance provided for an irrefutable presumption that an illness suffered by a firefighter was related to his employm

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  7. Workers' Compensation: Flu

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, about 5 years ago.

    Preparation for Flu In preparation for a Smallpox epidemic, the US government, several years ago, issued rules concerning illness flowing from the distribution of smallpox vaccine. Now the focus will

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  8. A New Jersey Court Rules Autopsy Not Required in Mesothelioma Claim

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, over 5 years ago.

    Autopsy Not Required of Asbestos Exposed Victim A New Jersey Appellate Court has ruled that an autopsy is not required in order to proceed with a claim against the manufacturers, suppliers and distri

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  9. Paying for Medical Performance in Workers' Compensation Claims

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, over 5 years ago.

    The Federal government The Federal government, in an emerging concept, is now looking toward limiting escalation costs and other medical issues, by utilizing a concept that provides reimbursement to

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  10. Commissioning The Federal Government for a New Workers' Compensation System

    Written by attorney Jon Gelman, over 5 years ago.

    The Initial Commission I The initial Commission I, 1972 Report of the National Commission on State Workmen's Compensation Laws, chaired by Professor Emeritus John Burton, looked the national patchwor

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