For Presumed Compensability, What's the Difference Between an Executive Order and a State Act?
Stuart, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Anyone tuned in to workers’ compensation news of late has probably seen or heard something about the presumption of compensability for frontline and essential workers who contract COVID-19.
States have been pushing for various ways to bring workers’ compensation into the coronavirus era, with a patchwork of action from governors, legislatures, and regulatory bodies defining when compensability should happen. In doing so, they have also ...
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