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 »
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.
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The Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation announced that medical conversion factors will increase 3.8% in 2023 in accordance with the increase in the Medicare Economic… Read more »
Missouri lawmakers appear slated to once again deliberate mandating the transformation of a state-chartered workers’ compensation carrier into a private mutual insurance company when they… Read more »
A Florida appellate court ruled that a judge of compensation claims found that an employer did not authorize an appropriate one-time change physician for a… Read more »
In a case of first impression, Maryland’s highest court ruled that the "definite proof” that a worker must show in a hernia claim applies to… Read more »
HSC International Ltd. was ordered to pay $180,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to premium fraud allegations, the Texas Department of Insurance announced.
HSC International,… Read more »
A bill pre-filed with the Texas Legislature would give insurers 60 days to contest or deny a workers’ compensation claim for certain public safety employees… Read more »
Following four years of efforts to provide first responders with coverage for post-traumatic stress disorder, Missouri lawmakers are set to consider another bill that would… Read more »
The West Virginia Supreme Court ruled that the supervisors of a worker who was killed in a trench collapse were entitled to immunity from civil… Read more »