At the annual Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) conference in March this year, former executive director Richard Victor presented a scenario in which workers’ compensation claims would rise significantly in the future. His scenario in essence is a basket of provocative and necessary questions.
To be sure, Victor anticipates that work injury frequency will continue to decline. Due to a very slow growth in the workforce, this will result in 27% fewer injuries in ...
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