• Direct written premiums fall in Calif. again

    Total direct written premiums in California’s workers compensation system fell for the second year in row, declining 3.8% to less than $12.3 billion in 2018, according to a brief released by the California Workers Compensation Institute on Monday.

  • N.H. governor signs bill on worker death reporting

    New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu on Monday signed into law a new accident reporting requirement for employers whose workers are killed or seriously injured on the job.

  • Food company settles OSHA citations

    A New Jersey-based snack foods company agreed to settle federal workplace safety citations and pay a $152,934 penalty.

  • Ohio employers to receive $1.5B in comp dividends

    Ohio employers may receive as much as $1.5 billion in dividends from the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation after the agency earned strong returns on its investments, according to a news release from the office of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.