Workers' Compensation

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Nothing but Net

Judging a company's profitability based on gross profit can be misleading. Your... More

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New Controversy Over New York Scaffold Law

New York State’s century-old “Scaffold Law” is back in the news, with opponents mounting a new effort to reform the safety rule. More

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Oklahoma High Court Upholds Workers Comp Reform

Oklahoma’s top court will allow workers comp reform to stand — for now. More

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Undocumented Workers Ruled Eligible For Workers Comp Benefits In Iowa

Illegal immigrants injured on the job qualify for workers comp, the Iowa Supreme Court has ruled. More

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Undocumented Workers Ruled Eligible For Workers Comp Benefits In Iowa

Illegal immigrants injured on the job qualify for workers comp, the Iowa Supreme Court has ruled. More

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New Computer System Snarls Workers Comp In Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania workers comp cases are in limbo because a new computer system, introduced to increase efficiency, is having the opposite effect. More

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Oklahoma Workers Comp Overhaul Faces Court Challenge

Two Oklahoma lawmakers are asking their state’s Supreme Court to overturn a new law that overhauls the state’s workers comp system. More

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