A new Florida OIR report discusses the state’s workers’ comp rates as some of the most competitive, but warns of recent court cases eroding the reforms of the past decade.
The Texas DWC has approved United Airlines to self-insure for workers’ comp in the state and renewed another nine active self-insurance programs.
A federal judge has dismissed the proposed class-action suit that was filed in May by some 1,300 retired pro footballers alleging that the NFL conspired to keep them on pain killers.
An explosion and fire at a southeastern Oklahoma oil rig early on Dec. 19 killed two workers and injured three others, two of them critically.
A federal appellate court in Texas decided yesterday that a man facing the death penalty for murdering four people he suspected of trying to sabotage his workers’ comp claim cannot continue to seek habeas corpus relief.
Express Scripts announced that it will no longer cover Gilead’s “Sovaldi” hepatitis C treatment.
A pain doctor in NY who was convicted of manslaughter in the overdose deaths of two patients was sentenced to more than 10 years in state prison.
The Texas DWC is reporting a decrease in injuries requiring time away from work for 2013.
A.M. Best has posted a new BestTV video analyzing the effects of TRIA’s expiration.
An undercover investigation into Apple’s factories in China has revealed routine and widespread breaches of the company’s standards for the protection of workers.