- Oklahoma court upholds CompSource mutualization Updated: Mar-11-14 10:59 am
- Maine governor resists workplace safety data plan Updated: Mar-08-14 3:36 pm
- Delaware workers comp panel meets Updated: Mar-07-14 4:19 am
- Ga. woman guilty in workers' comp fraud case Updated: Mar-05-14 3:29 pm
- Former hospital owner will say he bribed senator Updated: Feb-21-14 9:25 pm
- 2 seriously injured after falling from scaffolding Updated: Feb-20-14 9:45 pm
- Resurrected bill expands Conn. workers' comp law Updated: Feb-18-14 4:00 pm
- Workplace deaths up in Richmond metro area in 2012 Updated: Feb-18-14 10:49 am
- Intellectually disabled struggling to find work Updated: Feb-17-14 8:31 am
- Okla. Workers Comp. Comm. names medical director Updated: Feb-14-14 4:00 pm
- Senate passes online database for workers' comp Updated: Feb-13-14 1:03 pm
- Government sues over worker suspensions in Ohio Updated: Feb-10-14 7:27 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Supreme Court has upheld a plan to convert the state workers' compensation insurance agency into a mutual company.
AUGUSTA, Maine - A proposal from the federal government to make more specific workplace safety data available online could violate individuals' privacy and embarrass employers and workers, Maine officials said this week.
WILMINGTON, Delaware - A state panel established to address recent rate increases for workers' compensation insurance in Delaware is continuing to look at ways to keep rates down.
DUBLIN, Georgia - Federal prosecutors say a middle Georgia woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $460,000 in Veterans Affairs benefits through fraudulent workers' compensation claims.
LOS ANGELES - The former owner of a tiny orthopedic hospital with an unusually heavy roster of spinal surgery patients was charged Friday with health care fraud in a $500 million scheme to defraud workers' compensation insurance providers with the help of a California state senator.
SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco fire officials say two workers are suffering from potentially life threatening injuries after falling from scaffolding at a skyscraper under construction.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Some Connecticut lawmakers are resurrecting a proposal to expand the state's workers' compensation law to cover employees who've suffered an emotional or mental impairment after witnessing a traumatic death or maiming while on the job.
RICHMOND, Virginia - Federal figures show workplace fatalities increased in the Richmond metropolitan statistical area in 2012.
WASHINGTON - Most Americans with intellectual or developmental disabilities remain shut out of the workforce, despite changing attitudes and billions spent on government programs to help them. Even when they find work, it's often part time, in a dead-end job or for pay well below the minimum wage.
OKLAHOMA CITY - A former hospital chief of staff has been named medical director of the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - An online database of workers' compensation claims would be created under legislation passed by the Missouri Senate.
CLEVELAND - The government has sued AT&T over allegations that it suspended 13 Ohio workers without pay for one to three days for reporting work-related injuries.