How is California doing at protecting state workers from COVID-19? How many state employees have filed workers' comp claims and at what cost to taxpayers? Workers’ Comp Executive has the exclusive on the latest to-tals.
California Department of Insurance officials say Applied Underwriters is engaging in more legal double-speak as it seeks to take assets out of California. How much does it want and why? Get the story here.
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Are more federal charges on the way for the operators of an illegal workers' comp program? Will it even matter? Get the latest by clicking here.
In today’s environment phraseology is being made up which may not necessarily reflect reality. Sometimes the real news we read is unbelievable. Workers’ Comp Executive thinks you should decide for yourself whether or not you think this story is true. Click here to read it then decide …
A handful of classes are facing rate increases of 25% next cycle. Are any of your clients in the affected classes? Get the details here.
The nation’s largest online retailer is in hot water over its worker safety protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. What is New York’s Attorney General alleging and how much money is she seeking? Get the full story here.
What do California workers' compensation and presidential pardons have in common? Click here for the details on who received a pardon and how it connects to workers' comp in California.
Do employers have a legal or moral obligation to push back against bogus workers' comp claims? What about carriers? Legal expert Gregory Grinberg opines on the importance of Labor Code section 3761. Get the details by clicking here.
The state is trying to help employers comply with the myriad rules around the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s latest effort is a new web portal, but industry experts say employers should proceed with caution. Click here for Mark Webb’s thoughts on the matter.
Why is California Insurance Guarantee Association giving money back to some carriers? What is it doing to limit such scenarios in the future? Click here for the story.
A key Newsom appointee to the Department of Industrial Relations faced the Senate Rules Committee. What workers' comp issues were raised during the questioning? Get the story here.