In testimony before the US House of Representatives yesterday it was disclosed that the US Postal Service may defaulting on its delivery of workers' compensation benefits. A $1.3 billion payment scheduled ... Read More
In Michigan, every employer who has three or more employees, at any one time, or employs one or more workers for 35 or more hours per week for 13 or more weeks, is required to carry workers compensation ... Read More
A report, critical of worker protection efforts, was issued by Researchers at the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
The Center conducted a year-long ... Read More
While proposed amendments to Maryland workers compensation regulations represent an improvement from the emergency rule adopted Jan. 4, 2010, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) ... Read More
ArvinMeritor, Inc. v. Clifton Johnson:
On February 25, 2011, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released an opinion concerning the responsibilities of an employer when CMS fails to accept a proposed ... Read More
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Bloggin' ain't easy. Doing it well takes commitment, research, accuracy, and regular postings. And, of course, a knack for writing. The ... Read More
By Cassandra RobertsA brand new release from the Delaware Supreme Court and some new law on the wage statute, 19 Del. Code Section 2302. Bravo to claimant attorney Yvonne Saville for her persuasive ... Read More
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Lack of Passenger Seat Belts Remains Safety Hazard Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - The recent fatal bus crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike that killed five and injured 60 has safety officials concerned about the lack of seat belts on older ...