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The Workers’ Compensation Nominating Committee is recommending to Gov. Matt Bevin three attorneys, including current board Chairman Michael W. Alvey, to serve four-year terms on the Workers’ Compensation Board.
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The Hartford’s acquisition of Aetna’s U.S. group life and disability business for $1.45 billion in cash has the potential to boost the company’s workers’ comp business, company officials said.
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The Hartford on Monday reported third-quarter net income of $234 million, down from $438 million in the prior-year quarter, a decrease that the company attributed to catastrophe losses from hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
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Harvey, Irma and Maria took a bite out of Travelers Insurance’s bottom line in the third quarter. The carrier on Thursday reported net income of $293 million, compared to $716 million in the third quarter of 2016.
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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.
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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.