All five Gulf of Mexico states have reached a settlement with the owner of the offshore drilling rig involved in the 2010 BP oil spill, with Louisiana releasing documents on Wednesday indicating it will receive a $4 million share.
A.M. Best announced that the U.S. workers compensation insurance industry experienced improved results for the fourth consecutive year in 2014 thanks to a solid underwriting performance.
Private industry employers in the United States reported nearly 54,000 fewer nonfatal injury and illness cases in 2014 compared to a year earlier, resulting in a slight dip in the incidence rate.
The Louisiana Workforce Commission announced yesterday that two people, an agent and an employer, were arrested on workers’ compensation fraud charges.
A Slidell man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison and three years of probation for making false claims in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
A.M. BestTV reported from the annual conference of the Property Casualty Insurers (PCI) Association of America in Hollywood, Florida, where executives identified new ways to enhance the customer experience as the key to growth in the 21st Century.
Today (10/28), the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) held a public hearing on the proposed updates to the Medical Treatment Guidelines. The lengthy revisions are primarily based upon Colorado’s MTGs, as were the initial iteration, which took effect in 2011.
The Texas Tribune/Austin American-Statesman has continued its investigation into the public/private relationship between Texas Mutual Insurance Company and the Travis County DA’s office.
WCRI released the CompScope Medical Benchmarks for Texas, 16th Edition.
The Hartford reported core earnings of $364 million for the three months ended September 30th, a 24 percent (or $113 million) decrease from core earnings of $477 million in third quarter 2014.