The chromium industry held back human-health data that the federal government used to set new work-place exposure limits that are due to go into law next week, according to a study released Thursday.
The metals industry submitted incomplete data last year on the links between hexavalent ch...Read More
The Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission will conduct training for adjusters at MWCC's April 11-13 annual conference at Pearl River Resort in Choctaw.
Participants must be registered for the conference, and pre-registration is required for the adjusters training.
There is n...Read More
An employee-leasing company owner who had clients in 10 states pleaded guilty Wednesday in Durham, N.C., to running a workers' compensation scam that took in millions of dollars.
Steven E. Edwards, 51, formerly of Durham, pleaded guilty in federal court to two counts of mail fraud, one cou...Read More
Colorado stakeholders will be required to file first reports of injuries and denials electronically with the Division of Workers' Compensation, beginning in July.
The state DOWC since 1994 has been using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and the International Association of Industrial Acci...Read More
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New regulations requiring California insurers to submit certification forms to verify that claims adjusters and medical bill reviewers meet minimum standards of training or experience take effect today, the state Department of Insurance announced.
The new regulations are designed to help sp...Read More
Cigna Corp. CI said Tuesday it would take a $14 million charge against 2005 earnings after losing a dispute over a retrocessional arrangement on runoff workers' comp reinsurance.
The adverse ruling by a London arbitration panel is considered a subsequent event under generally accepted accou...Read More
The California Insurance Commissioner has created an online system for agents to renew licenses and submit changes of address.
"This new system will result in a more timely and efficient process that will benefit both the licensees and the consumers that they serve," said Commissioner John...Read More
Claiming that injured workers often supplement their ample disability pension payments with lifetime workers' compensation benefits, municipalities in New York are seeking legislation that would create offsets to limit their total payouts.
But police and firefighters vow to fight the lob...Read More
A former Central City, Ky., councilman was sentenced last week to prison after bilking the federal workers' compensation system for four years.
Danny Miller received a 15-month sentence after pleading guilty in September in U.S. District Court in Owensboro. He admitted to bilking the feder...Read More