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Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation Division scheduled a rule-making advisory committee meeting to discuss regulations relating to the calculation of temporary disability benefits.
Effective Oct. 1, the division adopted a temporary rule to restore a provision affecting TD calculati...Read More
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The Iowa Court of Appeals ruled that an injured worker was not prejudiced by his employer’s change in vocational experts shortly before the hearing on his case, and that the worker had failed to prove a compensable mental injury resulting from an injury to his shoulder.
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A California appellate court ruled that an injured worker could not proceed with his civil action against his employer and its insurance carrier for alleged misconduct during the negotiations to settle his comp claim because the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board had exclusive jurisdiction o...Read More
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As states, cities and even a major health insurer add their names to the list of plaintiffs suing pharmaceutical companies over their role in the opioid crisis, workers’ compensation payers could be next, managed care consultant Joe Paduda says.
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Aaron Siegrist has joined law firm Williams Mullen as a labor and employment associate in the Richmond, Virginia, office.
Siegrist will help clients with all aspects of labor and employment law, including employment litigation matters. He represents clients in cases involving discriminati...Read More