This week’s leading stories feature more Marsh/JLT executive moves post-merger, an oil refinery’s woes after an explosion and more.
The Ohio Industrial Commission was right to terminate permanent disability to a permanently disabled worker who was caught caring for horses at a raceway, but a divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the commission needs to re-address when it should have terminated benefits after agreeing that the man had committed fraud.
The California State Compensation Insurance Fund on Thursday announced plans to distribute an approximate $105 million dividend to its qualifying policyholders with policies that took effect between Jan. 1 and Aug. 19.
A construction company must pay $25,000 in fines for safety violations that led lead to the death of a worker, an administrative law judge of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission held.
The Supreme Court of New Hampshire on Tuesday affirmed an earlier workers compensation board decision that denied death benefits to an injured worker who died of a heroin and oxycodone overdose.
(Reuters) — An Oklahoma judge will rule Monday on whether Johnson & Johnson should be held liable in a lawsuit by the state’s attorney general who argues the drugmaker should be forced to pay $17 billion for fueling the opioid epidemic.