Workers Comp

It’s not that the wind is blowing

In Long v. City of Melbourne, OJCC No. 19-016164, the judge discusses Valcourt-Williams and an idiopathic condition. The worker suffered a collapsed arch and the risk was that “walking, jogging or climbing stairs” could result in such injuries. The judge suggests that one of these risks could be an occupational …

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Superior home care – L’Observateur

LAPLACE – Founded in 1991, Superior Home Health Care, Inc. is privately held and serves much of Southeast Louisiana, including the River Parish area. High quality, compassionate home care is a priority for Superior Home Health and Modern Hospice & Palliative Care, an affiliate company that has served the region …

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Innovative Workplace Injury Insurance Market Strategy by 2028 | AIG, Berkshire Hathaway, Liberty Mutual, Zurich Insurance, Travelers, Allianz

New research published by JCMR on the Global Workplace Injury Insurance Market (COVID 19 Version) in various regions to produce over 200+ page reports. This study is a perfect blend of qualitative and quantifiable information highlighting key market developments, industry and competitor challenges in gap analysis and new opportunities and …

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Nurses cite gender bias in Senate rejection of bill to secure healthcare workers’ compensation

The California Nurses Association (CNA) today criticized California state senators who rejected a bill guaranteeing workers’ compensation for predominantly female nurses and other healthcare workers who have suffered the same protections at work as those afforded to male-dominated and sexist professions. SB 213, introduced by Democratic San Jose Senator Dave …

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California Comp Bills Advance | Business insurance

The California Senate on Tuesday passed a law that would reduce the time limits for employers to dismiss workers’ compensation claims and increase liability for medical treatment. SB 335, which passed by 29 to 10 votes, would reduce the time an employer has to dismiss a workers’ compensation claim before …

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Employers turn to mandatory injections

Demand for COVID-19 vaccines has declined, and with only about 40% of the U.S. population fully vaccinated at the end of last month, employers are once again considering whether to force workers to be vaccinated. But such mandates can leave employers at the mercy of lost workdays and injuries from …

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5 Best Compensation Lawyers in San Francisco🥇

Below is a list of the best compensation lawyers in San Francisco. To help you find the best compensation lawyers located near you in San Francisco, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. The best compensation lawyers in San Francisco: The top rated compensation …

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Caneyville receives security scholarship | New

The city of Caneyville announced last Friday that it had received a security grant from the Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Service (KLCIS). “We take every opportunity to make our city a safer place,” Caneyville Mayor James Embry said of the grant. The $ 308 grant will be used to …

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