Due to multiple requests for an extension, Business Insurance extended the deadline for the 2019 Innovation Awards until Friday, July 21.
Chicago’s mayor plans to impose “sweeping” reforms to the city’s workers compensation program by partnering with insurer Gallagher Bassett Services Inc.
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The U.S. government has no legal recourse over the state of Washington’s one-year-old law that provides workers compensation benefits for workers suffering from ailments stemming from employment on the 75-year-old decommissioned nuclear site in Hanford, Washington, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.
A poultry processing plant worker who had been giving two of his co-workers a ride to work was not acting “in the course and scope of his employment” when the car collided with a school bus, killing the two workers, the Supreme Court of Mississippi ruled in tossing a negligence suit filed by family of the deceased.
Two workers compensation claims filed by a man who injured his knee twice in two and a half years while working for different companies can be consolidated and paid in equal parts, the Supreme Court of Idaho ruled Thursday.