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The Illinois Appellate Court ruled that an employer lost the ability to contest the compensability of a worker’s claim by appealing from an arbitrator’s decision that was subjected to recall and correction instead of appealing from the corrected decision.
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The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled in a split decision that an employer could refuse authorization for a psychological diagnostic test because it had not accepted the psychological condition as part of the claim.
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An Ohio appellate court ruled that an injured worker was not entitled to have the jury issued an instruction on dual causation when there was no evidence that her injury had more than one proximate cause.
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A Knoxville-area woman who pleaded guilty to pocketing $5.4 million in workers' compensation insurance premiums without providing policies has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison, ...Read More
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Zenefits, a provider of human resources management software, has announced a change in strategy in which the company will partner with outside insurance brokers rather than sell insurance itself.
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When an injured worker prevails in a third-party lawsuit in Kansas, his employer cannot draw from his award to pay for future medical care unless the award specifically sets aside money for that purpose, the Court of Appeals has decided.
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The $16.9 million security deposit posted by a tribe-owned professional employer organization was enough to pay claims only for a about a year-and-a-half after the self-insured PEO became insolvent, and now its former California clients may have to pick up a $30 million tab.