Workers’ Compensation Goes High Tech
Two Santa Barbarans Create Software That Makes Worker’s Comp Billing Easy
U.S. Workers’ Compensation Rises 0.4%
WASHINGTON—Pay and benefits for U.S. workers continued to grow modestly from July through September, suggesting that a still-shaky labor market is holding backcompensation.
Marrs Maddocks Reacts to Workers’ Compensation 2013 Rate Filing Change
WThe The recent news that the California Workers’ Compensation Rating Burea(WCIRB) amended its 2013 rate filing to recommend no rate increase was greetedwith delight by business owners
Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorneys Launch Website to Assist Injured Workers
The California firm of Pearlman, Borska & Wax launches a new website to make iteasier than ever to connect with an experienced workers’ compensation defenselawyer or get answers to basic legal questions.
Union Workers Help Hurrican Sandy-Ravages Neighborhoods
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — At a time when public approval of labor unions is near an all-time low, union workers are charged with much of the dirty and dangerous work of cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy.