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  • State: Oklahoma
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The Oklahoma state House of Representatives passed a measure that would allow first responders to receive workers’ compensation benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder without an

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  • State: Alabama
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The Alabama Court of Civil Appeals ruled that an employer was entitled to have a workers’ compensation action against it transferred from the county where

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  • State: Virginia
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Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin approved measures making arson and bomb investigators eligible for a presumption that certain cancers are compensable.

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  • State: Delaware
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The Delaware Superior Court upheld a decision of the Industrial Accident Board awarding limited benefits to a worker for his injuries from a fall from

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  • State: Arkansas
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  • - Popular with: Medical
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The Arkansas Court of Appeals upheld a denial of additional benefits and medical treatment for a traveling employee for his low back complaints following a

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  • State: Texas
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The Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation announced that the interest rate used to calculate the present-day value of lump-sum settlements will drop to 7.99% on

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  • State: Arkansas
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The Arkansas Court of Appeals upheld a determination that a nurse supervisor who fell while walking to her car was entitled to benefits for her

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  • State: District of Columbia
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A federal appeals court has denied a bid by a transit agency to dismiss a lawsuit by an injured worker who claimed he was hurt after

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  • State: South Carolina
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South Carolina officials have filed another federal lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Labor over a requirement that the state’s maximum civil penalties in workplace

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  • State: Texas
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A Texas appellate court revived an injured worker’s tort claims against a property owner, finding the owner was not entitled to summary judgment based on

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