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A divided Commonwealth Court ruled that a social worker was not entitled to benefits for psychological distress after an infant under her supervision was killed on the night after she had paid a visit to check on the child’s well-being.
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A woman who got into a car crash on her first day as a driver for a company she hadn’t been cleared to work for can receive medical benefits, but not indemnity benefits, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania decided last week.
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A federal trial court judge ruled that a government worker who received benefits for injuries from a car accident could not proceed with a lawsuit against the federal agency that employed the alleged tortfeasor responsible for the incident.
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The American Association of Payers, Administrators and Networks is planning to increase its advocacy efforts in 2018 to educate state legislators and regulators about the value of workers’ compensation pharmacy benefits managers, the organization said.
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Workers’ compensation carrier The MEMIC Group has promoted Adelin Vinas to the position of claims director of the Atlantic Region, which includes MEMIC’s Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey offices.
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The Montana Department of Labor and Industry will hold a hearing Friday on proposed rules governing how to calculate the value of employer-provided housing when determining wages paid to an injured w...Read More
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The Idaho Industrial Commission is dropping plans to revise rules regarding the averaging of multiple impairment ratings for the same injury.
A notice filed in the Jan. 3 Idaho Administrative Bulletin...Read More