California’s State Average Weekly Wage (SAWW) rose just under 2.3 percent from $1,095.70 to $1,120.67 in the year ending March 31, 2015, which the California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) notes will boost temporary total disability...
Study Finds Benefits as a Share of Payroll Approach Lowest in Three Decades
WASHINGTON, D.C – Workers’ compensation benefits as a share of payroll for injured workers continue to decline even as employment grows and overall employer costs...
By Stuart D. Colburn, Esq., and Albert Betts, Jr., Esq., Co-Authors, Texas Workers’ Compensation Law
This year marks an anniversary that will not be celebrated with a parade or even a mention on the local news. But it is significant to those...