- Company that disregarded safety not covered under CGL policy
An insurer that covered employers under a commercial general liability policy isn’t obligated to indemnify the employers if they’re found liable in an injured worker’s intentional tort claim, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
- California workers comp claims administrators get high performance ratings
California workers compensation claims administrators who conduct utilization reviews received a 97% performance rating for 2013, surpassing the 85% benchmark that state insurance regulators consider a passing grade for such reviews, the California…
- Electronic prescribing requirement delayed until 2016
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill into law pushing back a deadline by one year to implement mandatory electronic prescribing in the state.
- Worker wins comp benefits despite underlying knee injury
A Tennessee worker should receive workers compensation for a knee injury he suffered while at work, even though his injury was caused by an underlying knee condition that was unrelated to his job, a panel of the Tennessee Supreme Court has ruled.