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Florida Democrats have introduced dueling bills that would allow first responders to receive workers' compensation benefits in mental-mental claims for injuries such as PTSD, but the measures have differing evidentiary standards.
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The Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has proposed amendments to rules relating to appeals at the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and procedures for updating medical treatment guidelines.
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Private-industry employers reported nearly 48,500 fewer on-the-job injuries and illnesses in 2016 than they did in 2015, continuing a downward trend that has gone on mostly unabated since 2004, the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated in ...Read More
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The Workers’ Compensation Board has revoked the authorization to treat injured workers for one physician convicted of taking bribes and another convicted of felony conspiracy to distribute oxycodone.
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A bill has been introduced in the Florida Senate that would prohibit attorney fees paid under the state’s workers’ compensation law and the Florida insurance code from being included in an insurer’s rate base.
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A hairpiece distribution company in Moonachie is facing $181,280 in proposed federal penalties after inspectors allegedly found blocked exits and other safety hazards at the company’s warehouse.