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An Orange County transit worker accused of working at a fishing supply store while receiving workers’ compensation benefits was sentenced to four days in jail and ordered to pay $6,075 in restitution after pleading guilty to two misdemeanor charges Thursday.
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The Division of Workers’ Compensation extended through the end of March an amnesty program intended to allow claims administrators to come into compliance with requirements for reporting Subsequent Reports of Injury data.
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The Missouri Division of Workers’ Compensation is reminding insurers, self-insured employers, group trusts, and third-party administrators of the administrative tax and administrative and Second Injury Fund surcharges for 2018.
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Workers’ compensation defense attorney Elliot Borska has been named a workers’ compensation judge in the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board’s Marina Del Rey district office, his law firm announced.
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The Division of Workers’ Compensation is accepting public comments until 5 p.m. Central Dec. 1 on proposed informal revisions to Form-005, Notice of No Coverage or Termination of Coverage.
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A divided Louisiana appellate court ruled that a deckhand injured while working aboard a riverboat casino was not a seaman covered by the Jones Act because the boat was not a vessel covered by the maritime law.