Starting October 24, 2011, and mandatory as of
January 2, 2012, the Bureau of Workers'
Compensation has authorized a new Utilization
Review Request form (LIBC 601) for use in
challenging the reasonableness and necessity of a...
Recently, the Commonwealth Court issued a
decision in a psychic injury case that is causing a stir
in the workers' compensation community on a
national level. In PA Liquor Control Board v. WCAB
(Kochanowicz); 760 C.D., 2010;...
On August 17, 2011, Governor Jack Markell signed Senate Bill
108 into law. This Bill has two significant changes to the
Delaware Workers' Compensation Act.
Employers had an obligation to complete the Employer's
Form identifying any...
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
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...
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...
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