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The National Employment Law Project and the state Workers’ Center for Human Rights held an Injured Workers’ Summit in Greenville on Saturday to protest the state’s low workers’ compensation benefits.
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U.S. District Court Judge George H. Wu issued a tentative ruling saying the automatic stay applied to liens filed by or on behalf of providers charged with fraud deprives of due process only claimants who are not identified on the California Division of Workers’ Compensation website....Read More
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A Christian drug-rehab program that operated as a work camp for private industry was almost regulated in 2013, but a lawmaker who served on its board intervened just in time with an amendment that kept the program out of state oversight, ...Read More
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A New York City Lyft driver has sued the ride-share company in state court, accusing it of illegally charging both passengers and drivers a 2.5% fee per ride in order to pay into a workers' compensation fund.
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The Washington state Department of Labor and Industries said a contractor charged with felony theft for collecting payments for projects he never started owed $6,500 in workers’ compensation premiums and another $12,000 for unregistered contracting.
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Florida lawmakers are again pursuing legislation that would make first responders eligible for benefits if they suffer post-traumatic stress disorder, despite a general exclusion in state law for mental injuries that are not accompanied by a physical ailment.
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In an opinion piece published Friday on Fortune magazine’s website, a Washington state senator praised plans to create a portable-benefits model for gig-economy workers and said she plans to introduce ...Read More
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The final round of briefs filed ahead of next week’s hearing on a constitutional challenge to the automatic stay on liens filed by providers charged with fraud focuses heavily on whether California lawmakers cured the alleged due process violations this year.