A Nebraska lawmaker on Friday introduced a bill that would bar debt collection agencies from contacting injured workers for unpaid medical bills if their case is before the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Commission.
An administrative law judge with the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission on Friday vacated an alleged lockout/tagout violation stemming from an incident where a worker sustained a serious leg injury when he was struck by an automated trolley at a Walmart distribution center in Brundige, Alabama.
Physicians in New Jersey are not bound by the two-year statute of limitations for payment of services rendered to employees under the state’s workers compensation system.
A federal judge with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that a linguist who worked in Iraq in support of U.S. troops is rightfully eligible for workers compensation after suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Insurance could do to football what a meteorite likely did to the dinosaurs.
The Business Insurance Scholarship, which is administered by The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, was launched on Wednesday.