State: ND | Segment: NORTH | 278 | 0 | Popular with Legal
North Dakota has published updated fee schedules that will go into effect Sunday.
The fee schedules determine how much facilities will be reimbursed for care performed on injured workers at outpatient therapy centers, ambulatory surgical centers and other types of medical facilities.
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Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday questioned the Workers’ Compensation Board’s transparency in crafting proposed new permanency impairment guidelines and accused the agency of overstepping its legislative directive.
State: NM | Segment: WEST | 168 | 0 | Popular with Legal
Insurance regulators in New Mexico are planning to hire an auditor to review its accounting practices after an external review was unable to determine the whereabouts of $1.5 million collected from carriers in fiscal year 2016 to investigate insurance fraud.
State: VT | Segment: Top | 192 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The Vermont Supreme Court on Friday ruled that a full and final settlement between a worker and her employer cannot be voided based as contrary to public policy.
Department of Labor Commissioner Anne Noonan last year refused to enforce the terms of a settlement calling for the release of ...Read More
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The Louisiana Supreme Court on Friday overturned a Court of Appeals decision that found an insurance carrier was not liable for the cost of medications an injured worker had obtained from an out-of-state pharmacy after the insurance carrier had specifically instructed him to get his medicati...Read More
State: KY | Segment: SOUTH | 207 | 0 | Popular with Legal
The national law firm of Morgan & Morgan has been selected to lead the litigation against opioid manufacturers, distributors, dispensers and any groups that allegedly contributed to the opioid crisis in Kentucky.
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California’s attorney general said in recent court filings that plaintiffs challenging the constitutionality of the automatic stay on liens filed by, or on behalf of, criminally charged providers are conflating two important questions.