State: KY | Segment: SOUTH | 252 | 0 | Popular with Insurance
The Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled that a truck driver did not remove himself from the course of his employment as a traveling employee by returning from a delivery a day early because of illness.
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A physician has lost her authorization to treat injured workers over alleged misconduct, while a psychologist voluntarily resigned his privileges to treat workers and perform independent medical examinations.
State: OR | Segment: Top | 363 | 0 | Popular with Legal
Oregon employers will soon find out whether the state-chartered workers’ compensation carrier will see between $500 million and $1 billion of its $1.6 billion surplus transferred to Oregon’s public-employee retirement system.
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Tulsa County's drug court will reconsider sending offenders to the Christian Alcoholics and Addicts in Recovery program after an investigative report raised questions about the organization's legality and treatment of participants, ...Read More
State: VT | Segment: NORTH | 222 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The Vermont Supreme Court ruled that the terms of a worker’s settlement, which provided benefits for a cervical injury, did not bar her from pursuing a new claim for benefits based on an injury to a different part of the spine.
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Colorado’s Division of Workers’ Compensation is taking steps to encourage the use of telemedicine in treating injured workers, even as another state, Texas, moves toward removing a stumbling block.
State: TX | Segment: SOUTH | 306 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The Texas Department of Insurance will hold an informal stakeholder meeting to discuss and gather information related to determining assessment rates for workers’ compensation self-insurance groups....Read More
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A Swansea resident has pleaded guilty to federal charges of running a long-term, off-the-books payroll scheme and evading workers’ compensation premiums through her temporary employment agencies.