Undocumented Workers in New Mexico Can Receive Full Workers’ Compensation Benefits If Their Employer Fails to Verify Their Immigration Status

July 31, 2014 0 Comment Posted by

It has been an active year so far for workers’ compensation decisions by the New Mexico Supreme Court. As I discuss here, the Court recently held that New Mexico’s Workers’ Compensation Act (the “Act”) does not impose any time limits on how long an injured worker can receive Total Temporary Disability (TTD) benefits.

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New Mexico Supreme Court: Total Temporary Disability Benefits May Be Available “For the Entire Life of a Worker”

July 16, 2014 0 Comment Posted by

The New Mexico Supreme Court recently held that New Mexico’s Workers’ Compensation Act (the “Act”) does not impose any time limits on how long an injured worker can receive Total Temporary Disability (TTD) benefits. In Fowler v. Vista Care, the Court held that TTD benefits could be available “for life” so long as the injured […]

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The Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Brown: Fighting for New Mexico Workers

I know how hard you work, and I’ll work just as hard for you. Call the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Brown today at (505) 275-6600 or fill out my online form to arrange for your free initial consultation to discuss your workers’ compensation matter. I look forward to helping you get back on your feet, and back to work.