- Wife of injured California worker can’t be paid for home care: Ruling
An injured California worker can’t receive payment for home health care provided to him by his wife, partly because the pair did not provide a detailed bill of services that were needed and provided after the worker’s accident.
- Workers comp claims in Minnesota drop to nearly half of 1997 levels: Report
The total number of paid workers compensation claims in Minnesota has decreased 47% in 15 years, the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry said in a new report.
- Broadspire program addresses workers comp medication costs
Broadspire Services Inc. has launched a physician dispensing program to lower workers compensation medication costs and improve safety for injured workers, the third-party administrator said Thursday.
- Xerox closes buyout of workers comp firm ISG Services
Xerox Corp. has completed a deal to acquire workers compensation services provider ISG Services Inc. for $225 million, adding to the corporation’s presence in what it sees as a “growing” workers comp market.
- Beware workers' 'mid-afternoon dip', safety adviser warns