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Senate 2634: Relating to Attorney's Fees/Workers' Compensation Cases [CPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2634    GENERAL BILL by Smith  (Identical H 0611)
Attorney's Fees/Workers' Compensation Cases [CPSC]; Provides that the
finder of fact and law is not bound by provisions of state law relating
to the provision of indemnity or medical benefits for employment-related
accidents or injuries when awarding attorney's fees in cases involving
first responders. Requires that the finder of fact and law consider
certain factors when awarding attorney's fees in such cases. Provides a
statement of important state interest. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon becoming
law.
02/26/10 SENATE Filed
03/09/10 SENATE Referred to Banking and Insurance; General Government
                  Appropriations; Policy & Steering Committee on Ways and Means
                  -SJ 00224
03/11/10 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00224
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Banking and Insurance


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