- Employer can’t claw back mistaken payment to attorney: Court
- Cleaning company owner pleads guilty to workers comp fraud
The owner of a Hudson, Ohio-based cleaning business must serve 30 days under house arrest and pay $14,000 in restitution to the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation after pleading guilty to workers comp fraud.
- Calif. retailer sentenced to prison for tax, workers comp fraud
The owner and operator of a Southern California retail chain was sentenced to two years in prison for sales tax evasion, false income tax returns, failure to pay taxes and workers compensation fraud, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Wednesday.
- Specialty insurer appoints chief operating officer
Specialty insurer ProAssurance Corp. said Wednesday it has promoted Edward L. “Ned” Rand Jr. to chief operating officer.
- Indiana bill proposes a closed drug formulary
An Indiana bill would require the adoption of a closed drug formulary for injured employees by next year.
- Comp insurer completes $150 million acquisition
CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Co. has completed the $150 million acquisition of Pacific Compensation Insurance Co. from Alleghany Insurance Holdings L.L.C., the insurer announced Thursday.
- Health care environment named top concern in comp survey
Rising costs, advances and uncertainty in health care were named top concerns for 2018 among workers compensation executives surveyed recently, the National Council on Compensation Insurance announced Wednesday.