Oregon’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health announced a two-day training conference in January that will provide safety training for workers in the residential, commercial… Read more »
The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California Actuarial Committee is meeting virtually at 9:30 a.m. on Dec. 5.
Committee members will review experience of… Read more »
The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries is considering rulemaking activities to update billing and coding requirements for naturopathic physicians.
The department said in… Read more »
The California Department of Industrial Relations posted 2024 assessments rates for insured and self-insured employers.
Insurers must apply the rates established by the department to… Read more »
A California appellate court upheld a grant of summary judgment for an injured worker’s employer, finding the employer had no duty to defend or indemnify… Read more »
Oregon’s SAIF Corp. is developing a legislative proposal that would facilitate criminal prosecution of employers that engage in workers’ compensation fraud.
The state-chartered workers’ compensation… Read more »
The California Division of Workers’ Compensation announced minimum and maximum temporary total disability rates will not change next year.
The minimum weekly TTD rate will… Read more »
The Nevada Workers’ Compensation Section reported 2,438 claims for COVID-19 were filed through Oct. 31, as well as 29 claims for adverse reactions to a… Read more »
A California appellate court ruled that the parents of a worker who fell to his death during a roofing project were barred by the Privette… Read more »
Maximum and minimum weekly total disability benefits will remain unchanged in 2024 because the state’s average weekly wage decreased for the 12-month period ending March… Read more »