- Several workers comp insurers have ‘dangerously thin’ reserves: Analysis
Claim reserves for several workers compensation insurers were “dangerously thin or already deficient” in 2013, according to an analysis released this week by Charlottesville, Va.-based SNL Financial L.C.
- State high court backs insurer in dispute over worker's prosthetic arm
North Dakota’s monopoly workers compensation insurer acted appropriately when it denied an injured worker’s preferred choice of prosthetic limb and sent him out of state for a medical exam to determine what kind of prosthesis he should receive, the North…
- Traveling employee who slipped on dance floor wins Maryland comp appeal
A traveling employee who slipped while dancing at a nightclub and injured his pelvis should receive workers compensation benefits, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals has ruled.
- Express Scripts says significance of subpoenas still unclear
(Reuters) — Express Scripts Holding Co. said it is too soon to know the significance of three government subpoenas it has received since February, which asked about the company’s business dealings with U.S. and European drugmakers.