A federal judge in St. Paul, Minnesota, has denied class-action status for former National Hockey League players over what they described as “pathological and debilitating effects of brain injuries” sustained during their careers, according to the decision filed Friday.
Business Insurance is accepting nominations for the 2018 Women to Watch Awards, with a deadline of Aug. 10.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited a North Carolina shipyard after an employee drowned when a towboat capsized while operating in a winter storm.
U.S. workplace safety regulators cited a Georgia wooden post manufacturer and proposed $109,548 in fines after an employee suffered a partial hand amputation and other injuries while working on unguarded machinery.
A New Jersey Division of Workers' Compensation judge has ordered Freehold Township to pay for a municipal worker’s medical marijuana following a workplace injury, according to court transcripts from a June 28 hearing that surfaced Wednesday.
An unemployment rate below 4% nationwide and projected job growth of just under 2% for 2018 are just two factors that could impact the workers compensation sector.