Liz Carey has worked as a writer, reporter and editor for nearly 25 years. First, as an investigative reporter for Gannett and later as the Vice President of a local Chamber of Commerce, Carey has covered everything from local government to the statehouse to the aerospace industry. Her work as a reporter, as well as her work in the community, have led her to become an advocate for the working poor, as well as the small business owner.
PyeongChang, South Korea (WorkersCompensation.com) – Emily Sweeney’s crash Monday night during the Winter Olympics may have stunned the crowd, but as audience members looked on in silence, ... Read More
Salem County, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) – A county worker has filed suit against Salem County claiming that he was racially harassed and forced to work contrary to medical conditions after a ... Read More
San Francisco, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – A judge has ruled that a former worker at GrubHub was an independent contractor and not an employee, and therefore not entitled to overtime pay or ... Read More
Billings, MT (WorkersCompensation.com) – Finances from the Montana State Fund, which provides workers’ compensation funding for workers in the state, do more than pay for injuries, illnesses and ... Read More
Richmond, VA (WorkersCompensation.com) – A last chance bill to provide cancer coverage through workers’ compensation for firefighters in Virginia died yesterday, but was brought back to life ... Read More
Upper Keys, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Twelve workers who say they were sickened after being exposed to toxic fumes on a hurricane recovery jobsite are suing after their workers’ compensation ... Read More
Madison, WI (WorkersCompensation.com) – As reported earlier this week in WorkersCompensation.com, a decision in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals could have far-reaching impact on state businesses that ... Read More
Risky Business: Pizza Delivery Drivers This is the next article in WorkersCompensation.com's “Risky Business” series, as we explore what is it like to be employed, and the employers, in the United States’ most ...