Annual expenditure reports by insurance carriers and self-insurers for 2005 are due to the New Mexico Workers' Compensation Administration by March 15.
Forms can be downloaded from the NMWCA Web site at http://://www.state.nm.us/wca/E5....Read More
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The New Jersey Office of Insurance Fraud Prosecutor (OIFP) convicted 182 defendants last year, secured $88 million in restitution to insurance companies and other victims and yielded civil finds, judgments and settlements totaling $11 million, according to an annual report submitted to the state Leg...Read More
The Third Judicial Department of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court ruled that a police officer did not voluntarily withdraw from the labor market upon retirement.
In Flannery v. Nassau County Police Dep't , No. 95825, 02/23/2006, Michael Flannery, a Nassau Count...Read More
North Carolina officials reported their investigation into an explosion at the Synthron chemical plant in Morgantown may be delayed for several weeks after an inspection showed the remaining structure is ready to collapse.
State Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry said Department of Labor inspe...Read More
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development amended its rule on motions for temporary disability or medical benefits.
The memorandum deals with how affidavits and certifications should be made.
It states that the department agreed with comments by "a number of atto...Read More
A Napa Valley winery is insisting on the right to make fieldworkers pass a physical test as a condition of employment, but members of the United Farm Workers (UFW) have protested the move as discriminatory toward older workers.
The United Farm Workers representatives say they are concerned ...Read More
A New Hampshire state senator has called for the attorney general's office to investigate union complaints that a Hilton Inn construction project in Portsmouth is misclassifying workers as independent contractors.
State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth, late last week formally reques...Read More
The Third Judicial Department of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court affirmed that a claimant's failure to notify employer within 30 days of injury makes notice untimely.
In Baker v. E.J. Construction Group, Inc., No. 97147, 02/16/2006, Raymond Baker was injured on...Read More
The Third Judicial Department of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court held that a carrier's two year delay to file an application for review made the application untimely.
In Backus v. Wesley Health Care Center , No. 97147, 02/16/2006, Denise Backus was granted wor...Read More
The New York Court of Appeals ruled that an undocumented alien can recover lost wages from his employer. In Balbuena v. IDR Realty LLC, No. 19, 02/21/2006, the court consolidated two cases with conflicting opinions from the First and Second Appellate Divisions.