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The owner of a San Francisco Bay area janitorial firm is accused of underreporting payroll in order to reduce her company’s workers’ compensation premiums by $32 million, the California Department of Insurance announced late Thursday.
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A federal trial judge in West Virginia last week ruled that an air ambulance provider can move forward with its claims that federal law bars the state from dictating the amounts it charges for transporting injured workers.
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The circuit court judge who ruled last week that Alabama’s workers’ compensation system was unconstitutional stayed his order indefinitely on Wednesday to give lawmakers time to cure deficiencies in two statutory provisions.
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A federal trial judge last week issued ruled that the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services has engaged in unlawful billing practices by making over-inclusive demands for reimbursement from insurance carriers.
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A Florida appellate court attempted to untangle a web of misunderstanding when deciding a workers' compensation case involving a misinformed worker, an uncooperative doctor and a judge who decided a case based on an argument that was never raised.
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A Connecticut janitor was arrested on workers' compensation fraud charges Tuesday after he allegedly took another job while collecting out-of-work benefits, the state Criminal Justice department announced....Read More