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Opting Out is the New “In” Thing: Study Discusses Alternatives to Workers’ Compensation

By John Stahl, Esq. The astronomical benefits-related costs, protracted dispute resolution process, and numerous other ills associated with workers’ compensation that have prompted reforms have also increased support for the “opt-out” movement. Opting out initially requires that a...

Opting Out is the New “In” Thing: Study Discusses Alternatives to Workers’ Compensation

By John Stahl, Esq. The astronomical benefits-related costs, protracted dispute resolution process, and numerous other ills associated with workers’ compensation that have prompted reforms have also increased support for the “opt-out” movement. Opting out initially requires that...

Ohio: Statute Precluding Comp Coverage for Worker Temporarily in the State Does Not Apply to Employee of Texas Non-Subscriber

Like a number of other states, Ohio has a provision in its comp act [ORC Ann. § 4123.54(H)] precluding workers’ compensation coverage for an employee when: (1) the employee is a resident of another state; (2) the employee is insured in a state other than Ohio; and (3) the employee is only...