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Forty-six percent of workers’ comp claims executives who participated in a recent survey said it takes adjusters four to six years to become experts at the job.
That’s one finding from the Rising Medical Solutions annual workers’ compensation benchmarking study, whose re...Read More
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U.S. District Court Judge George H. Wu did not issue a decision on whether to grant an injunction that would prohibit the Division of Workers’ Compensation from staying liens filed by or on behalf of providers charged with fraud, and instead ordered more briefing.
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Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation Division published an updated vocational assistance fee schedule that it says reflects regulatory changes that took effect at the start of the year, requiring spending limits to be rounded to the nearest whole dollar.
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The Workers’ Compensation Court ruled that a worker who refused a modified-duty position was not entitled to interim benefits while he pursued a challenge to the termination of his temporary total disability benefits, and that he wasn’t entitled to TTD either.
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California’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau launched a web-based service providing insurers with real-time access to risk data including experience modifications, reported policyholder names and addresses, and assigned classifications.
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An Ohio appellate court ruled that an injured worker was entitled to an award of costs for the videographic and stenographic expenses he incurred in deposing his medical expert, but not the amount that he paid for a copy of his the transcript of the deposition of his employer’s expert.