Trying to lower workers’ compensation costs was a once compelling song that is worn-out. It is a story of employers burdened by “out of control” costs and legislators passing laws to fix this problem. Employer costs are no longer the problem they used to be.
Yet we can’t seem to get this song of our heads.
It was not always this way. In the 1970s the dominant theme was increasing benefits to injured workers. After a federal commission threatened states with ...
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