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The Arkansas Court of Appeals ruled that an injured worker was not entitled to permanent partial disability benefits in excess of the percentage of his permanent physical impairment, since he was able to return to work and earn more than he had when he was hurt.
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The South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission will hold its December business meeting this morning.
During November's meeting, SCWCC approved 18 applications to self-insure and went over data indicating how the commission has performed over the past month.
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A Louisiana appellate court upheld an award of additional payment, attorney fees and penalties to a health care provider on its claim that it had been shortchanged by a carrier based on the recommendation of FairPay, in violation of the FairPay class action settlement agreement.
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A first responder to the Pulse nightclub shooting who has become a voice for workers' compensation reform in Florida has sued the City of Orlando and its Police Department for $1 million, alleging harassment and intimidation at the hands of his superiors.
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The New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Administration will hold free training sessions throughout December on a new electronic filing system that will become mandatory at the start of the new year.
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A New York appellate court ruled that a construction worker was entitled to proceed with his claim for damages for a respiratory illness against a subcontractor on the project for which he had been working.
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The Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation has withdrawn proposed updates to its reimbursement manuals for ambulatory surgical centers and hospitals.
The rules, which were noticed in the Sept. 30, 2016, edition of the Florida Administrative Register, failed to receive legislative...Read More
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Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation Division has announced that monthly benefits for all children of workers killed in industrial accidents will increase to 25% of the average weekly wage at the start of the year.