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The Oklahoma Supreme Court has declined an opportunity to review a dispute involving subrogation issues and a challenge to the constitutionality of the state’s cap on temporary total disability benefits.
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has accepted review of a case that could cost employers their ability to divert the money injured workers win in third-party negligence suits to pay for future medical care.
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A motion for approval of noticing and hearing procedures related to a rehabilitation plan for Public Service Insurance Co. and Public Service Mutual Holding Co. has been filed in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois.
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When the Ohio Supreme Court handed down two business-friendly workers' compensation decisions on Friday — both overturning the Court of Appeals — claimants' attorneys were miffed but not surprised.
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The Division of Workers’ Compensation and the University of Houston Small Business Development Center will train medical office staff on comp topics from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Registration is $99 and includes lunch and parking.
The seminar is aimed at providing practical...Read More
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As Texas, Louisiana and Florida draw thousands of out-of-state workers to help with hurricane-recovery efforts, workers’ compensation systems in those states can expect at least a modest spike in injury claims, officials said.
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Increasing the number of people with health insurance can drive down workers’ compensation costs by reducing the number of emergency room visits, according to a new study from the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.