- Okla. Supreme Court hears workers' comp. challenge Updated: Dec-10-13 3:43 pm
- Legal group: Farm laborers covered for injuries Updated: Dec-10-13 3:26 pm
- Workplace injuries drop in North Carolina Updated: Dec-03-13 7:17 am
- Workplace fatalities in ND increase in 2012 Updated: Dec-03-13 7:04 am
- SD workplace fatalities unchanged from last year Updated: Dec-03-13 5:19 am
- Governor appoints workers' compensation director Updated: Nov-26-13 5:04 am
- Court to review workers' compensation appeal Updated: Nov-25-13 5:02 am
- Immigrant worker on expired visa gets workers comp Updated: Nov-15-13 3:33 pm
- NH risk pool manager challenges $50 million order Updated: Nov-14-13 1:50 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Opponents of Oklahoma's new workers' compensation law urged the state Supreme Court Tuesday to find it unconstitutional, arguing that in certain circumstances it would allow employers in the state to treat injured workers differently than other workers.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Farm and ranch laborers in New Mexico are gaining workers' compensation protections for job-related injuries because of recent state court decisions, according to a legal advocacy group.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - The rate of injuries or illnesses at work has dropped in North Carolina.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - Workplace fatalities in North Dakota last year totaled 64, up 20 over the year.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - Workplace fatalities in South Dakota last year totaled 31, unchanged from the previous year.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Gov. Susana Martinez has appointed a state government lawyer from Albuquerque to run a regulatory agency overseeing New Mexico's workers' compensation program.
JACKSON, Mississippi - The Mississippi Supreme Court will hear an appeal from a former Ripley alderman who lost both hands after being electrocuted.
DES MOINES, Iowa - The Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday that a West Liberty woman, an immigrant from Mexico who stayed in the United States after her visa had expired, is entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits for a work-related injury.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - A lawyer for the New Hampshire Local Government Center told the state Supreme Court justices Thursday that a state hearing officer overstepped his authority in ordering the organization to refund more than $50 million to cities and towns it insures through its risk pools.