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Chiropractors across Texas are up in arms and accusing the Division of Workers' Compensation of trying to drive them out of the system because of proposed amendments to designated doctor rules.
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The Commonwealth Court upheld the modification of a liquor store clerk’s benefits based on evidence of her post-injury earning capacity, saying her employer did not need to establish that it had no available positions within her physical capabilities.
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Stamford-based Charter Communications, the second-largest cable company in the nation, is basing all its captive insurance operations in Connecticut, Gov. Dannel Malloy’s office announced on Wednesday.
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A Texas appellate court ruled that a staffing agency was not entitled to indemnification from a client company for the settlement it paid after one of its workers caused injury to the client’s employee.
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A Texas appellate court ruled that the family of an oil rig worker did not have a viable premises liability claim against a property owner where the worker was killed, but it said the family’s claim against the property owner for negligently hiring the drilling company could proceed.
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The Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation will hear an update on medical issues at the Division of Workers’ Compensation, and findings from a study of qualified medical evaluator trends, during an Oct. 19 meeting in Oakland.