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The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation today initiated delinquency proceedings against Guarantee Insurance Co., accusing the carrier of illegally diverting $15,743,000 to majority owner Steve Mariano in 2016 and this year “with no documented business purpose and no discernable benefit&r...Read More
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Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation Division is proposing to formally do away with a rule change that took effect at the start of 2017 modifying how carriers should calculate wages when determining temporary disability benefits owed to people employed through a union hiring hall.
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The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is proposing changes to two rules: Ohio Administrative Code 4123-6-37.2, Outpatient Hospital Reimbursement Rule, and 4123-6-37.3, Ambulatory Surgical Center Rule.
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A Middletown, New York co-owner of a chain of fried chicken takeout restaurants in Greater Boston has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for tax and insurance fraud, and for visa and immigration fraud.
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Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier late Tuesday ordered further reduction in a nearly double-digit rate decrease recommended by the National Council on Compensation Insurance, finding the rate-maker had built-in a profit factor that was 0.15% too high.
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California state Assemblyman Tom Daly is proposing legislation to require workers’ compensation coverage for law enforcement officials who are injured while responding to out-of-state crimes, according to a report by the ...Read More
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Communicating with an injured worker in a supportive manner soon after the injury occurs is a key to successful return to work — especially if the worker is older, according to a prominent workers’ compensation researcher.