Articles From James W. Stevenson, Jr.

Hospital Director of Nurses suffers stroke while giving speech at physician’s retirement dinner - held compensable By James W. Stevenson Workers' Compensation Law, June 2006 In Pinckneyville Community Hospital v. Industrial Commission, (Mary Downen) 2006 WL 922220 5th District Appellate Court March 30, 2006, Mary Downen, a Director of Nurses for the Pinckneyville Community Hospital, suffered an intracerebral hemorrhage and stroke while giving a speech at a dinner to honor a retiring physician.
Payment of award of medical bills directly to medical provider/Section 19(g) and hourly attorney fee set at $250 By James W. Stevenson Workers' Compensation Law, June 2006 In Aurora East School District v. Don Dover, 363 Ill.App.3d 1048, 847 N.E.2d 623, 301 Ill.Dec. 298 2nd District March 21, 2006, Don Dover, employed by the Aurora East School District, received an award which included TTD benefits of $29,908.13, representing 59-6/7 weeks, and $85,015.04 in medical expenses.
Pension Board hearing must comply with Industrial Commission finding because of collateral estoppel By James W. Stevenson Workers' Compensation Law, June 2006 In Daniel Mabie v. Village of Schaumburg, 847 N.E. 2d 796 (March 31, 2006) 1st District, Daniel Mabie, a fireman for the Village of Schaumburg, was injured on April 12, 1999, as a result of a fall down the fire station’s stairs.
Mechanical Devices v. Industrial Commission By James W. Stevenson, Jr. Workers' Compensation Law, December 2003 A summary of the case of Mechanical Devices v. Industrial Commission.

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