In recent testimony before the US House of Representatives' Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, David C. Williams, Inspector General of the US Postal Service, reported widespread fraud in the ... Read More
Guest Blog by Jon Rehm
The recent agreement on the Federal budget includes $49 million in cuts to worker safety and health programs at the the Department of Labor. These cuts were not as drastic ... Read More
The 9th Circuit recently revived a lawsuit (Francisca Palomino Gutierrez, et al. v. Advanced Medical Optics, Inc., No. 09-55860, 9th Cir.) brought by several elderly Mexicans who allege they lost their eyes ... Read More
If you have ever reviewed a workers compensation medical bill and saw what is referred to as an ICD-9 code or a CPT code and wonder what the codes mean, you are not alone. Both the CPT codes and the ... Read More
For the first time, a New York City official is reporting a rise in cancer for firefighters who served at Ground Zero, according to The New York Post.
Dr. David Prezant, the Fire Departments ... Read More
Image via WikipediaThe US Tax Court has ruled that workers' compensation payments are not excluded from US income tax under Section 104(a)(1) if they are paid as a Social Security Setoff Section 86(d)(3). ... Read More
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