WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

Alternatives to Iowa’s Occupational Disease Statute of Limitation: Updating an Archaic Provision…..39:743

Auxier v. Woodward State Hospital-School (Iowa 1978)—A Minimum of Thirty Days Notice and an Opportunity to Be Heard Must Be Given Prior to Termination of Workers’ Compensation Benefits…..27:736

Blacksmith v. All-American, Inc. (Iowa 1980)—An Increased Award for Industrial Disability May Be Granted in a Review-Reopening Proceeding Without Proof of Increased Functional Disability…..29:859

The Borrowed Employee Doctrine in Workmen’s Compensation…..21:176

Boylan v. American Motorists Insurance Co., 489 N.W.2d 742 (Iowa 1992)…..43:477

Bramall v. Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (Cal. Ct. App. 1978)—Injuries Sustained by an Employee While Traveling to and from Work Are Compensable and Within Dua1 Purpose Exception to the Going and Coming Rule Where the Home Has Been Established as a Second Jobsite, the Business Purpose of the Journey Is Concurrent With that of the Personal Purpose and There Is an Incidental Benefit to the Employer…..27:769

Carpal Tunnel Workers’ Compensation Claims in Iowa…..45:233

Comments on Iowa Beef Processors, Inc. v. Miller—Extraterritorial Employment Injuries and Subject Matter Jurisdiction Under Section 85.7(1)…..32:145

The Compensability of “Recreational” Injuries in Iowa: The Company Party/Softball Team Could Be Costly…..30:895

Compensable Suicide—Is Sponatski Out and Chain of Causation In?…..39:123

Contribution from a Negligent Employer: A Problem in Search of a Solution…..32:945

Dealing with Obesity in Workers’ Compensation Cases: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous…..37:523

Disability Compensation Under the Workmen’s Compensation Law…..16:59

Employers’ Liability Insurance: A New Policy Unveiled…..33:863

Establishing Causation in Iowa Workers’ Compensation Law: An Analysis of Common Disputes over the Compensability of Certain Injuries…..59:463

Excluded Employment…..16:68

Forty Years of Unscheduled Workers’ Compensation Awards for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Its Predecessors in Iowa Courts: When Will Medical Evidence, Legislative Intent, and Common Sense Finally Prevail?…..55:445

Frederick v. Men’s Reformatory (Iowa 1973)—An Inmate Working in Prison Industries Is Not an Employee for Purposes of the Workmen’s Compensation Act…..22:678

General Liability Coverage for Claims of Emotional Distress—An Insurance Nightmare…..45:981

Hawk v. Jim Hawk Chevrolet-Buick Inc. (Iowa 1979)—Under the Iowa Workers’ Compensation Act, the “Unusual and Rash Act” Doctrine No Longer Bars Recovery of Workers’ Compensation Benefits…..29:223

Henriksen v. Younglove Construction: Subject Matter Jurisdiction Based Solely on the Claimant’s Iowa Domicile…..45:859

Injuries Arising Out of and in the Course of the Employment…..30:861

The Iowa Second Injury Fund—Time for Change…..39:101

Iowa Workmen’s Compensation…..19:393

The Iowa Workmen’s Compensation Law and Federal Recommendations…..24:336

Medical Causation—A Problem Area in Workmen’s Compensation…..16:87

Mental Disability Caused by Mental Stress: Standards of Proof in Workers’ Compensation Cases…..33:751

The Model Iowa Workers’ Compensation Act—Time for a Change…..30:693

Notice of Knowledge of Injury and Limitations of Actions Under the Iowa Workers’ Compensation Act…..29:775

Occupational Disease Claims…..30:841

An Overview of the Iowa Workers’ Compensation Act…..30:809

Pathfinder Co. v. Industrial Commission (Ill. 1976)—Sudden, Severe, Emotional Shock that Can Be Traced to a Definite Time, Place and Cause, and Which Produces a Psychological Injury, Is Compensable…..26:472

Patten v. Shamburger (Tex. Civ. App. 1967)—Recovery of Death Benefit by a Child Adopted by Another Before the Death of His Natural Parent…..17:275

Penalties and Interest in Iowa Workers’ Compensation Law: Statutory Construction, Common Law Legislation, and Everything In-Between and Beyond…..45:871

Permanent Partial Disability Under Workers’ Compensation: Schedule Exclusivity Versus Impaired Earning Capacity 33:885

Permanent Total Disability and the Odd Lot Doctrine…..35:689

Prig v. King, 122 N.W.2d 318 (Iowa 1963)—May Compensation Carrier Intervene in Employee’s Action Against Third-party Tortfeasor?…..14:69

Problems of Workers’ Compensation Federalization…..30:779

Recent Developments in Mental/Mental Cases Under the Iowa Workers’ Compensation Law…..45:809

Second Injury Fund of Iowa: How Complex Can a Simple Concept Become?, The…..28:889

Section 85.20 v. the Dual Capacity Doctrine: Should Workers’ Compensation Always Be the Exclusive Remedy in Iowa?…..32:1015

Statutory Changes in Iowa Workmen’s Compensation…..21:153

The Tort of Bad Faith in Iowa Workers’ Compensation Law…..45:839

The Tort of Bad Faith Arising from Workers’ Compensation Matters: A Rumbling Volcano…..39:87

Trends in Industrial Disability in Iowa…..28:915

When Are Heart Attacks Compensable Injuries Under Iowa Workers’ Compensation Law?…..49:621

Workers’ Compensation Contested Cases Under the IAPA…..27:59

Workers’ Compensation: Determining the Status of a Worker as an Employee or an Independent Contractor…..43:419

Workers’ Compensation in Iowa—The Going and Coming Rule and Its Exceptions…..27:688

Workmen’s Compensation for Heart Attacks in Iowa and in Its Bordering States…..30:873

Workmen’s Compensation Third Party Tort-Feasor Actions…..16:93

Workmen’s Compensation: Credit or No Credit for Overpayment of Healing Period Benefits Against a Permanent Partial Award; Search for an Equitable Answer…..30:917

Workmen’s Compensation: Recoveries for Heart Disease…..4:133

The Wrap Up of Wrap-Ups? Owner-Controlled Insurance Programs and the Exclusive Remedy Defense…..59:867