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A state budget provision that takes anywhere from $5 million to $11 million from the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation to shore up a projected $1 billion funding shortfall has business leaders and municipalities on edge.
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Lawmakers on Wednesday passed a biennium budget for the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation but left out a provision that would have barred benefits for undocumented workers injured on the job.
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The owner of a Southern California paving company and property management firm was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to insurance fraud for underreporting millions of dollars in payroll, according to a ...Read More
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The Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers' Compensation has suspended all independent rating evaluations in reaction to last week's Supreme Court decision striking down the impairment rating evaluation process as unconstitutional.