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The Kentucky Supreme Court upheld an award of permanent total disability benefits for an assembly line worker’s neck injury, finding she had timely moved to reopen her claim after her condition worsened.
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The balance of the investment fund held by Wyoming’s monopoly workers’ compensation insurance program increased by 5.1% during the fiscal year that ended June 30 due to healthy returns, according the ...Read More
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The board of directors for Oregon’s SAIF Corp. will review a 2018 strategic plan, financial statements and discuss recommendations from a task force that is considering tapping into the carrier’s reserves or selling it to investors to address public employee pension shortfalls.
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The Indiana Second Injury Fund has enough of a fund balance to pay its obligations through the end of December but will require an assessment to beef up the fund next year, the Worker's Compensation Board says.
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Oregon officials have taken a step closer toward raiding the surplus of the state-chartered workers’ compensation carrier to help pay for public employee pensions — or even selling the carrier to investors.
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The Connecticut Supreme Court tossed an $804,777 award to a worker’s widow after he died of mesothelioma, finding the widow had failed to carry her burden to prove her husband had been exposed to respirable asbestos fibers while working at a Sikorsky plant.