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What's Hot in Worker's Comp August 1, 2011
What's Hot in Worker's Comp July 25, 2011
The Supreme Court Holds That an Insurer Is Entitled to Supersedeas Fund Reimbursement for Payment of a Medical Bill Made After a Request for Supersedeas Was Denied, Even Though the Bill Was for Medical Treatment Received Before the Supersedeas...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp July 15, 2011
On July 7, 2011, Governor Tom Corbett signed House Bill 797 into law, which designates cancer as an occupational disease for firefighters. Under the new law (Act 46 of 2011), firefighters can receive workers' compensation benefits if they...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp July 14, 2011
Each year, the state of Delaware's minimum and maximum workers' compensation rates are adjusted based on the average weekly wage from the prior calendar year. The Secretary of Labor for the Delaware Department of Labor announced the...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp July 1, 2011
What's Hot in Worker's Comp June 1, 2011
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What's Hot in Worker's Comp April 7, 2011
  We have just learned that all fee review cases will now be under the jurisdiction of Workers' Compensation Judges and will no longer be handled by a separate hearing officer in Harrisburg. The cases will be split between the eastern,...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp April 1, 2011
What's Hot in Worker's Comp March 4, 2011
The employer issued a Notice of Workers’ Compensation Denial, acknowledging that a low back injury took place but denying that the claimant was disabled as a result of the work injury. The claimant then filed a Claim Petition. During...

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