A Florida appellate court said a police officer who filed a claim for post-traumatic stress disorder after responding to a school shooting that left 17… Read more »
A Florida appellate court ruled that a judge of compensation claims found that an employer did not authorize an appropriate one-time change physician for a… Read more »
In a case of first impression, Maryland’s highest court ruled that the "definite proof” that a worker must show in a hernia claim applies to… Read more »
Oregon’s Occupational Safety and Health Division fined a mattress retailer more than $66,000 for exposing its workers to serious injury or death from potential traffic… Read more »
HSC International Ltd. was ordered to pay $180,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to premium fraud allegations, the Texas Department of Insurance announced.
HSC International,… Read more »
A bill pre-filed with the Texas Legislature would give insurers 60 days to contest or deny a workers’ compensation claim for certain public safety employees… Read more »
Following four years of efforts to provide first responders with coverage for post-traumatic stress disorder, Missouri lawmakers are set to consider another bill that would… Read more »
New Jersey’s Appellate Court division is the proper venue for a former workers’ compensation judge to bring allegations that she was fired in retaliation for… Read more »
A New York appellate court rejected the Labor Law claim filed by a worker who was injured when a refrigerator fell on her.
Case: Duque… Read more »
A New York appellate court ruled that a bus driver was entitled to benefits for repetitive trauma injuries over a 31-year career.
Case: Matter of Grinnage… Read more »