Mitigating Workers’ Compensation Cost with ADA Title I Post-Offer Nerve Conduction Data

Return to Blog Page A colleague asked me to confirm the forensic value of nerve conduction data (NCD) harvested from a post-offer employment test (POET). He was specifically interested in sharing post-offer test data to apportion treatment and rehab costs in a State...

Physician-Vendor Ignorance of the ADA Title I Leads to Another Federal Lawsuit

Return to Blog Page Oilfield Instrumentation, USA, Inc., an oilfield services company operating in at least 6 states, is another in a long line of employers ill-served by a medical examination vendor’s lack of fidelity to Title I of the Americans with Disabilities...

Shining a Light on Fit-for-Duty

Return to Blog Page Fitness-for-Duty Vendor Entangles Cummins Power in Title 1 and GINA Trap Here is another cautionary tale for employers who hire outside medical professionals to administer ADA Title 1 employment tests. Although occupational therapists, physical...

Nobody In My Department Works With Limitations

Return to Blog Page   Albert E. Gucker was a 30 year veteran at U.S. Steel’s Irvin Works Tractor Shop. During 8 of those years he had a 30-pound lifting restriction imposed by company physicians. The presence of the restriction meant one of two things: his job did not...