Yearly Archives: 2009

ADOA v. Cox – 8/17/2009

August 24, 2009
Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two Holds ADOA May Recover the Full Amount of Medical Costs Provided to Participants Under the State Employee Health Care Plan, but That Recovery Is Limited to the Participant’s Net Recovery From the Third-Party Tortfeasor After Attorneys’ Fees Are Deducted.

Keovorabouth v. Ind.Comm’n of Arizona – 8/4/2009

August 18, 2009
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That Worker’s Compensation Claimant’s Injuries, Sustained In Car Accident While Traveling to Her Attorney’s Office to Prepare For Her Deposition In a Pending Industrial Commission Proceeding, Did Not Arise Out of Her Employment and Are Non-Compensable.

In Re MH-2008-000867 – 7/30/2009

August 10, 2009
Arizona Court of Appeals Holds Division One That Absent a Showing of True Necessity, Based on Unavailability, Telephonic Testimony of a Doctor at a Hearing for Court-Ordered Treatment Violates the Patient’s Rights.