- GM called out in retiree workers comp case
The Michigan Court of Appeals last week upheld a magistrate’s 2011 ruling which found that General Motors Co. had improperly reduced workers compensation benefits to some retired workers.
- Oklahoma work comp law unconstitutional?
A group of workers compensation attorneys representing two injured workers has asked the Oklahoma Supreme Court to declare the Oklahoma Employee Injury Benefit Act unconstitutional.
- Workers comp insurer expands in Midwest, South
Sagamore Insurance Co., a unit of Baldwin & Lyons Inc., has expanded its workers compensation program to Tennessee, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Kansas and Arkansas.
- Injured worker’s caretaker wife not eligible for mental health therapy
An Iowa employer should not pay for therapy for an injured worker’s wife who has been the primary caretaker for her husband since his work accident, an Iowa appeals court has ruled.