- Orlando resort firm reports payment card network breach
An Orlando, Florida-based resort firm has reported a cyber breach that may have affected its payment card network for almost a year and a half, including past the time it was first notified.
- Architects and engineers liability insurance rates stable
Most professional liability insurers for architects and engineers saw flat liability insurance rates last year, and they anticipate rates will remain flat in 2016, according to a survey issued Wednesday.
- More employers charging extra for spouse when other health coverage available
The number of employers using spousal surcharges to contain health plan costs is expected to more than double by 2018, a survey shows.
- Card dealer caught doubling down on comp fraud
The House Always Wins — the house in this case being Washington state’s workers comp system.
- Contractor cited in fatal concrete floor collapse
A Louisiana contractor has been cited and is facing proposed penalties of $79,800 from federal workplace safety regulators for a fatal floor collapse.
- Comprehensive medical group report card boosts health care transparency
Making informed decisions on where to access health care just got a lot easier for employers and consumers in California.
- Aon Hewitt private health insurance exchanges attract more employers
The number of employers participating in two Aon Hewitt private health insurance exchanges is continuing to increase.
- Employers with multiple comp insurers can’t play favorites
Employers who have more than one workers compensation insurer cannot pick and choose which insurer is on the hook for covering an injured worker’s comp claim, the Massachusetts Supreme Court has ruled.
- Lawmakers seek independent review of coal cleanup subsidy
(Reuters) — Federal auditors should examine a program that has allowed leading coal companies to lower cleanup insurance costs and could leave taxpayers on the hook if the miners declare bankruptcy, Democratic lawmakers said on Tuesday.