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The Arkansas Court of Appeals ruled that an injured worker was entitled to additional compensation benefits after her employer refused to return her to work at an available position that could accommodate her medical limitations.
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The New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Administration is proposing to increase maximum allowable reimbursement for medical procedures by an average of 3.8% in 2018, a WorkCompCentral analysis of the agency’s proposed fee schedule found.
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The Oregon Workers' Compensation Division has revised two documents related to its retroactive program, which increases benefits to present-day levels.
The first is Bulletin No. 102, updated for the first time since 2006. The bulletin shows people how to fill out the form to request r...Read More
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A Louisiana appellate court ruled that a restaurant employee could not bring a tort claim against her employer for her injuries from a fall that occurred when she went into her workplace on her day off to address a problem with the ice machine.
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Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation Division updated the training manual for independent medical examiners by adding new information about provider expectations, and tips to avoid complaints by injured workers.
The Training Guide to Performing Independent Medical Exams is required ...Read More