Court of Appeals held that employee’s fall in loading bay area of Dillard’s while going to lunch is covered by Workers’ Compensation Act.

Court of Appeals held that heart-related injury which occurred following employee’s objection to intrusive monitoring policy of her employer is covered by Workers’ Compensation Act.

Supreme Court overturned a law denying employee’s right to rebut a positive drug screen as being the cause of an on the job injury.

Trial Court decision ruling that injury sustained by worker participating in a required play day on employer’s premises is covered by workers’ compensation.

In the second box but these case numbers in scrolling order:

Verdicts and Settlements

1.        $8,200,000     Toxic Torts
2.        $7,000,000     Insurance Bad Faith
3.        $6,000,000     Professional Negligence
4.        $5,000,000     Professional Negligence
5.        $3,000,000     Trucking Case Negligence
6.        $3,000,000     Professional Negligence
7.        $2,500,000     Premise/Electrocution
8.        $2,200,000     Trucking Case Negligence
9.        $2,200,000     Auto Negligence
10.      $1,700,000     Product Liability