A controversial proposal to allow police officers to qualify for workers’ comp for post-traumatic stress passed the Connecticut state Senate last week.
DEA arrested nearly 80 people in Louisiana in connection with a multi-state opioid diversion sting operation.
Alfa Laval’s Oklahoma plant has been issued nearly $500,000 in fines after OSHA found 50 violations, several of them repeat.
A 34-year-old quadriplegic patient is now able to move a bionic arm through thought alone.
Two weeks remain in this year’s Legislative Session. As lawmakers continue the budget battle, Louisiana Comp Blog will keep you up to date on the remaining list of bills we are tracking, and the latest developments.
The number of women-owned businesses in Louisiana has grown by 76.6% in the past 18 years.
A West Virginia Supreme Court decision has opened the door for patients who become addicted to opioids to sue pharmacies and providers for their role in the disease.
BP has settled cross claims related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Oklahoma is poised to overturn an 80-year-old statute that allows cities and towns to ban drilling operations within their borders.
OSHA issued nearly $60,000 in penalties to a recycling plant in Miami for lead-contaminated lunch tables and electrocution risks.