- W.Va. Supreme Court clears teacher who fell off chair for back surgery
A West Virginia teacher who fell off a chair on the playground was entitled to have her employer pay for surgery, the state Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
- Employers may face higher workers comp pricing without TRIA renewal: Study
Failure to renew or replace the federal terrorism insurance backstop could push employers into the residual workers compensation market and require them to pay higher premiums, potentially causing a reduction in overall economic growth.
- No benefits for manager injured intentionally jumping off loading dock
A bulk-plant manager who was caught on videotape jumping off a loading dock was not entitled to benefits because she was not performing work-related services at the time of the incident.