1) Colorado: State Youth Corrections Center Looks to Decrease Issues, Hire More Staff
The state Division of Youth Corrections (DYC) in Colorado reported in 2016 "...48 incidents when youth suffered ... Read More
Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - As sometimes happens, a new industry pops up and grows more quickly than lawmakers can regulate it. An example of such an industry is Transportation Network ... Read More
Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Florida Legislation that further defines workers’ compensation and transportation network companies (TNCs), seems to not be stopping on its way to ... Read More
For Peter Federko, CEO of Saskatchewan, Canada’s Workers’ Compensation Board, the concept of returning an employee back to work after an injury really does start with the injured worker, but ... Read More
Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) investigators are seeing a decline in the amount of pill mill cases resulting in workers’ compensation fraud, a spokesman for the department said.
Tim ... Read More
1) NYC Construction Worker Reaches $3.8 Million Settlement With Church After Fall
Humberto Trochez, a construction worker who fell 45 feet three years ago while working on a church ceiling restoration ... Read More
1) Saskatchewan, Canada: Work Injuries Are Down, But Not Fatalities (FRIDAY)
The Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board’s (WCB) annual report was released on Wednesday, with some interesting ... Read More
Should There Be Workers' Comp Caseload Caps It was one of the more controversial suggestions to come out of a recent Hot Seat Webinar that was held July 9th. The topic was “Delays in Treatment for Compensable Workers’ Comp ...
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