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A bill has been delivered to Gov. Andrew Cuomo to require workers’ compensation insurers to notify policyholders at least 30 days before their renewal dates if their premiums are slated to increase by more than 10%.
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The parent corporation of a shuttered Southern California compounding pharmacy missed the latest U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission deadline, meaning the company hasn’t filed a financial statement since late 2015.
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An Orlando-area police officer diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after responding to the Pulse nightclub shooting has lost his job six months shy of vesting into the pension system, which would have guaranteed him 64% of his salary with benefits for life, ...Read More
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A Minnesota Opioid Prescribing Work Group convened by the state has released for public comment a set of opioid prescribing guidelines that recommend a three-day limit on opioid prescriptions for acute pain.
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The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Special Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel ruled that a state trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction over a worker’s claim for benefits for an alleged occupational disease, and that the worker had forfeited his constitutional challenges to ...Read More
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The post-reform honeymoon period marked by falling medical costs in California may be over, but new restrictions on liens that took effect at the start of the year appear to be responsible for another large drop in new filings, according to data collected by the Workers’ Compensation Insura...Read More
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Some California surgeons say they are facing an increased number of payer denials for pre-operative testing, a situation that may delay treatment for injured workers or even increase their risk during surgery.
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A New York appellate court ruled that a property owner was entitled to summary judgment dismissing an injured construction worker’s Labor Law Section 200 and negligence claims, and that it should have been allowed to proceed with its breach of contract claim against a subcontractor.