AIG agrees to pay $100 Million fine for violation of workers’ comp regulations

The American Insurance Group Inc. has agreed to pay more than $100 million in fines and other penalties to resolve claims that the insurer violated workers’ compensation regulations. It agreed to pay about $46.5 million in additional taxes and assessments. State regulators accused AIG of reporting the workers compensation premiums as general or commercial automobile liability premiums. Insurance regulators in all 50 states and the District of Columbia will split the $100 million in fines. At the Ramos Law Firm, our attorneys have successfully recovered workers’ compensation benefits from AIG for its clients. If you’ve been injured on the job, contact us today at...

For Attorneys: Ethical Considerations in Depositions

On Friday, December 17, 2010, Atlanta attorney David Thomas presented Ethical Considerations in Depositions, written by Bryan C. Ramos at a seminar hosted by NBI.  The presentation covered the following: summary of rules relating to confidentiality and privilege the consulting expert the expert witness the hybrid expert (consultant turned testifying expert) the fact witness turned expert witness ethical guidelines on paying experts potential conflicts of interest To receive your copy of the material, free, post a comment...