The Nevada Workers’ Compensation Section reported 2,438 claims for COVID-19 were filed through Oct. 31, as well as 29 claims for adverse reactions to a… Read more »
A California appellate court ruled that the parents of a worker who fell to his death during a roofing project were barred by the Privette… Read more »
Maximum and minimum weekly total disability benefits will remain unchanged in 2024 because the state’s average weekly wage decreased for the 12-month period ending March… Read more »
The California Division of Workers’ Compensation opened a second 15-day comment period for proposed rules that would modify its qualified medical evaluator regulations.
The division… Read more »
Rebounding statewide employment and mandatory reporting of COVID-19 infections at work sites helped drive a 25.6% increase in the nonfatal work injury and illness rate… Read more »
The Idaho Department of Insurance said a woman in Boise who admitted to filing workers’ compensation claims for self-inflicted injuries because she wanted time off… Read more »
Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara on Friday announced several appointments to the board charged with helping safeguard the integrity of the insurance market.… Read more »
The Orange County District Attorney’s Office on Friday said two married former Tustin police officers were charged with fraud for allegedly lying about their disabilities.… Read more »
The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau is holding a webinar in December to discuss the impact of economic changes on the California workers’ compensation system.
The… Read more »
The Nevada Workers’ Compensation Section recently updated forms used to verify wages or release medical records.
The WCS said it redesigned its Form D-8, “Employer’s… Read more »