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Workers Comp 20/20: Will Congress Overhaul Workers Compensation?

Woodstock, VT (CompNewsNetwork) - The workers compensation system as we know it is an amalgam of state-run mini-systems, plus a small handful of federally run compensation programs. Federal interference in the state systems has been extremely limited, in part because hardly anyone in Washington has had...

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...

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...