Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

  • Court rules employer does not need to pay for employee’s gastric bypass
    A woman’s gastric bypass surgery and subsequent weight loss did not constitute a change in condition that would have allowed her workers compensation claim to be reopened, and her employer shouldn’t have to pay for the procedure, the Iowa Court of…
  • GALLERY: Deadly jobs
    Business Insurance’s latest gallery shows the preliminary figures for fatal occupational injuries per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers by industry sector in 2011, starting with the industries with the fewest fatalities.

Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

Workers Compensation Press Updates

  • Border Patrol shootings highlight federal workers comp issues
    The killing of a U.S. Border Patrol agent and the wounding of another last week in Arizona demonstrates the dangers faced by law enforcement professionals who depend on a federal workers compensation program when things go wrong.
  • Employers choose higher retentions to fight rising workers comp costs
    INDIANAPOLIS — Employers are choosing higher self-insured retentions to help limit rising workers compensation costs as the market continues to firm, a panel of excess workers comp insurers said last week.
  • SIIA meeting draws 1,600
    INDIANAPOLIS — The Self-Insurance Institute of America Inc. drew about 1,600 attendees to its 32nd annual National Educational Conference and Expo, held Oct. 1-3 in Indianapolis.