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EK Health Services Inc. this month began providing medical bill review and repricing services, utilization review and catastrophic illness eligibility review to the City and County of San Francisco.
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The Commonwealth Court upheld a decision of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board allowing an employer to terminate payment of benefits to an employee who had voluntarily left the workforce.
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The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board has adopted an emergency rule, effective Aug. 18, to give the New York Jockey Injury Compensation Fund the option to self-insure for workers’ compensation coverage.
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The Commonwealth Court upheld a judge’s order granting an employer a suspension of liability for the payment of benefits to a worker who had voluntarily quit a position within his medical restrictions.
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The Tennessee Court of Appeals ruled that the exclusive remedy provision of the Workers’ Compensation Act did not bar a worker’s tort suit over the injuries she sustained during the course of a robbery and rape by a cook at the restaurant where both were employed.
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A Texas appellate court ruled that a worker’s lawsuit against her employer and claims administrator for alleged misconduct in handling her workers’ compensation claim was subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation.
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A trial date has been set for a former Red Bluff City Council member accused of failing to pay $20,000 in city taxes or carry workers' compensation coverage for the America's Best Value Inn he owned.
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An Ohio restaurant owner was ordered to reimburse the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation $9,406 and serve three years' probation after his former employer reported that he was drawing benefits while earning income.
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A New York appellate court ruled that an employer forfeited its challenge to the compensability of an employee’s foot injury by appealing from the wrong decision of the Workers’ Compensation Board.