The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled that the apportionment of death benefits among a deceased worker's dependents determines their "proportionate share" of the maximum lump… Read more »
A divided West Virginia Supreme Court ruled that a void exclusion in an insurance policy may not be invoked to limit the amount of liability… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that a worker was entitled to temporary total disability benefits subsequent to the date of her most recent surgery,… Read more »
A New York appellate court upheld the dismissal of a malpractice case against a law firm for its alleged mishandling of a settlement that required… Read more »
Walmart agreed to pay $500,000 to settle allegations that it failed to follow prescription pricing procedures created to prevent overcharges in the workers’ compensation system,… Read more »
Lawmakers in South Carolina have filed three bills in the last week that would make post-traumatic stress disorder a compensable illness for first responders.
SB… Read more »
The California Division of Workers’ Compensation opened registration for its 30th annual educational conference being held in Oakland and Los Angeles in March.
“This annual… Read more »
Members of California’s labor-management advisory panel could approve the posting of a draft of its 2022 annual report for feedback and public comment when it… Read more »
Oregon’s SAIF Corp. promoted Christina Lincicome to a newly created position of chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer.
Lincicome previously served… Read more »
The New Mexico Office of Superintendent of Insurance recently approved an average 10.7% loss cost reduction, effective for policies incepting on or after Jan. 1.… Read more »