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The Washington state Department of Labor and Industries will hold a public hearing Jan. 23 on a proposal to drop the rate used to discount reserves for permanent disability pensions, to 6.1%.
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The Workers’ Compensation Board has removed 82 providers and added 84 on the list authorized to treat injured workers and to perform independent medical examinations.
The Workers’ Compensation Law requires providers to be licensed and registered with the state Education Depart...Read More
State: CA | Segment: Top | 957 | 0 | Popular with Legal
A group of former qualified medical evaluators who allege they lost their jobs after the state adopted a different interpretation of billing rules will soon get a second chance to persuade a civil court judge that he has jurisdiction over their lawsuit against the Department of Industrial Relatio...Read More
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Federal prosecutors will seek to compel former Pacific Hospital of Long Beach owner Michael D. Drobot to forfeit $10 million in personal proceeds allegedly tied to his kickback scheme at his sentencing hearing this week, ...Read More
State: NA | Segment: Top | 235 | 0 | Popular with Legal
Federal standards for workers’ comp systems are unlikely under the Trump administration, but that makes it a good time for the industry to address state-to-state differences in benefits, according to Mark Walls of Safety National.
State: VA | Segment: Top | 147 | 0 | Popular with Legal
A Democratic socialist motivated to run for the Virginia House of Delegates because of a bad workers’ compensation experience will make good on a campaign promise by introducing three reform measures today.
State: KY | Segment: SOUTH | 116 | 0 | Popular with Insurance
The Kentucky Court of Appeals upheld the denial of an injured worker’s application for disability retirement benefits from the state, finding he remained capable performing a similar job to the one he had at the time he was hurt.
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The owner of a Seattle construction company fined $51,500 for safety violations that led to the death of a worker was charged with manslaughter in the first felony case over a workplace fatality in Washington state, according to the Department of Labor and Industries.