CWCI Scorecard Looks at Carpal Tunnel Claims in California Workers’ Comp
The California Workers’ Compensation Institute has released the sixth edition of its “Injury Scorecard” research series, providing detailed data on accident year (AY) 2001 to 2011 workers’ compensation claims experience for cases in which the primary diagnosis was carpal tunnel syndrome.
Truck Drivers Clinch New Power with First Union Contract at LA Ports
A set of truck drivers who haul shipments of imported merchandise from our shores to America’s brand name stores will kick start 2013 with a raise that doubles their hourly pay.
NFL May Face Higher Worker’s Compensation Costs
National Football League teams may be forced to pay out higher workers’ compensation claims as the long-term effects of concussion and head trauma are becoming more widely examined.
Not Enough Evidence to Support Claims for Future Loss Wages or Loss of Earnings Capacity
Plaintiff worked as a rig maintenance supervisor for Defendant, Noble Drilling LLC, and alleged injuries sustained when he slipped and fell on a drilling rig.
5 Dead, 2 Missing in Turkish Mine Accident
An official says a gas leak inside a coal mine in northern Turkey has killed five workers and injured one. Two other miners are missing and feared dead.