- Advisory workers comp rate increase of 5% approved for Indiana
The Indiana Department of Insurance has approved a 5% increase in advisory workers compensation rates in the state for 2013, according to the Indiana Compensation Rating Bureau.
- Immigration verification lapse doesn’t nullify workers comp protections: Court
Violating the U.S. Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 by not verifying employees’ immigration status does not cause an employer to lose workers compensation law protections, a New York appeals court ruled.
- Managed care provider Concentra must provide legal defense for TPA Cambridge: Court
Managed care provider Concentra Integrated Services Inc. met its obligation to indemnify third-party administrator Cambridge Integrated Services Group Inc. a but did not meet its duty to defend the TPA, according to a U.S.
- Calif. workers comp reforms prompts change to 2013 rate filing
California’s Workers Compensation Information Rating Bureau plans to amend its 2013 rate filing to recommend no rate increase for next year in light of recent workers comp reforms passed in the state.