State: WI | Segment: NORTH | 368 | 0 | Popular with Insurance
Workers' compensation rates will decrease by an average of 8.46% in October, saving Wisconsin employers $170 million, the state's insurance commissioner announced Tuesday.
A committee of actuaries from the Wisconsin Compensation Rating Bureau, which recommends workers' compens...Read More
State: FL | Segment: Top | 530 | 0 | Popular with Legal
A proposed rule that would allow the Florida Division of Workers' Compensation to step aside from medical fee disputes that involve managed care contracts is shaping up into a battle between insurers and medical providers.
State: ID | Segment: WEST | 535 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The Idaho Industrial Commission is seeking input from workers’ compensation system uses on proposed changes to rules requiring the averaging of multiple impairment ratings for the same injury.
State: AL | Segment: SOUTH | 701 | 0 | Popular with Legal
A Mobile County, Alabama, jury has awarded an injured worker $1.26 million in a wrongful termination lawsuit, determining that Merchants Foodservice's decision to terminate him on the day he was medically released to return to work was punitive in nature, ...Read More
State: NA | Segment: NATIONAL | 363 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The latest lawsuit spawned by a 2015 plane crash during the filming of a Tom Cruise movie involves two insurers seeking to determine which company is most responsible for claims stemming from the accident.
State: MA | Segment: NORTH | 426 | 0 | Popular with Legal
A former Massachusetts prison guard was indicted Thursday after the Attorney General's Office accused him of collecting $15,895 in workers' compensation benefits while running a construction and snow-removal business, though he claimed he was not working.
State: IL | Segment: NORTH | 535 | 0 | Popular with Legal
Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan called representatives to a special meeting on Thursday to hear how Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s proposed overhaul of the state’s workers’ compensation laws will affect injured workers.
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California may be shaping up as a battleground for workers’ comp telemedicine services, as one major occupational medicine provider has chosen the Golden State as its starting point for telemedicine, just as another player has added telemedicine to its provider networks.