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A New York appellate court revived a worker's personal injury suit, which had languished while he had been out of the country caring for his ailing wife, saying he had no deadline by which he had to have the matter restored to the trial court calendar and dismissal wasn't warranted as a d...Read More
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Just as 2015 drew to a close, the California Applicants' Attorneys Association threw its weight behind a second effort to get the state's independent medical review process to be declared unconstitutional.
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California's 4th District Court of Appeal will not be reviewing a decision by the Workers Compensation Appeal Board which credited the opinion of a worker's treating physician over the opinion of the qualified medical evaluator in declining to apportion liability for the worker's shou...Read More
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A decision last month by Minnesota's health commissioner to include intractable pain as a condition that can be treated with medical marijuana opened a door for claimants' attorneys to argue that workers' compensation insurers should reimburse their clients for pot.
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Virginia state lawmakers will consider adopting a unique medical fee schedule, with no link to Medicare and prices largely based on current rates within geographical zones, if a working draft of a bill circulating in the state is introduced to the General Assembly.
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Insurers earned average profits of 5.7% on the workers' compensation line in 2014, down from 7.1% in 2013 even though premiums grew, according to a report released on New Year's Eve by the National As...Read More
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The New York Workers’ Compensation Board has adopted a new ambulatory surgery fee schedule, saying the move was necessary in part because of an update to the disease classification system used by the federal government.