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compensation for death or injury suffered by a worker in the course of his employment

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A Lost Hills/Malibu sheriff's station deputy was arrested Thursday in the law enforcement agency's first workers' compensation fraud case in more than a decade, officials said Thursday.
Recruiting representatives from all areas of the workers' compensation industry, CHOICE selected the following 2006 judges panel (listed in alphabetical order): Kristy L.
One is from changes in state law that make workers' compensation much more generous and beyond reason.
Randy has over twenty years of workers' compensation experience.
We are such a labor-intensive industry, so it's not surprising that we (movers) have to endure the increase in workers' compensation insurance.
There's nothing remarkable about a Utah workers' compensation writer purchasing a stock company to expand its business into 40-some new states, including Idaho.
In addition, Congress enacted the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (LHWCA) to provide workers' compensation to specified employees of private maritime employers.
Usually a taxpayer can exclude workers' compensation from his or her gross income but may be required to include Social Security benefits, including disability benefits.
In the report titled ``Addressing Workers' Compensation Fraud in Los Angeles County,'' the commission estimates the cost of workers' compensation fraud at $7 million to $61 million a year in county government and recommends that county officials focus on reducing fraud and abuse.
In the first quarter of 2002-the most recent statistics available--employers on average paid 21 percent more for workers' comp coverage than they did a year earlier, according to the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California, a trade group that analyzes data and recommends pure premium rates to the state Department of Insurance.
According to Robert Sass, Williams' Chief Operating Officer, the firm's clients should save 50 percent or more on their workers' compensation premiums - or approximately 6 percent of their gross payroll.
The runaway costs of workers' compensation appear to be an unavoidable problem for many U.
If your workers' compensation expenses are soaring, take a lesson from Sky Chefs, which uses total-quality principles to keep its costs down to earth.
The California Division of Workers' Compensation (DWC) today released a study on access to medical care for injured workers.
In July, the New York State Workers' Compensation Board reversed its decision and determined his health problems were caused during his volunteer efforts at Ground Zero.
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