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NE: WC Court Posts Status Of E-Filing In Court

Lincoln, NE (CompNewsNetwork) - The Workers' Compensation Court is continuing to develop the computer platforms needed to move into e-filing. Thus far, their focus has been on creating a wizard-based tool for electronic drafting and submission of lump sum settlements. Since the inception of...

NCCI Studies Excess Loss Development

Largest Claims Develop Down and Smaller Ones Develop Up Over Time By John M. Stahl, Esq. A September 2011 NCCI research brief entitled “Workers’ Compensation Excess Loss Development” followed up on NCCI’s 2007 study of the same name. The executive summary of the current...

NCCI Studies Excess Loss Development

Largest Claims Develop Down and Smaller Ones Develop Up Over Time By John M. Stahl, Esq. A September 2011 NCCI research brief entitled “Workers’ Compensation Excess Loss Development” followed up on NCCI’s 2007 study of the same name. The executive summary of the current...

National and State-by-State Workers' Comp News Roundup Powered by Larson's (7/16/2012)

Sign up here for our free workers' compensation enewsletters (National or California Edition) to receive weekly news items. Be sure to select the enewsletter of your choice. NATIONAL: NCCI: Claim Frequency Declined One Percent in 2011 . Forbes: Steve Schmutz Interview of Impact of Obamacare...

Arthur Larson and the Rule of Law

Arthur Larson’s passion for world peace through law and human rights By Robin E. Kobayashi, J.D., LexisNexis Legal and Professional Operations The rule of law is a theme that unifies LexisNexis across the globe and is one that is passionately supported by the company’s people. LexisNexis...

California: Appellate Court Rules Minimum Contacts w/CA Not Sufficient for WC Benefits

The 2nd District Court of Appeal has issued a ruling reversing a finding by the W.C.A.B. that a professional athlete who played 1 of 34 games in California in her final year of playing professional sports was eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. In Federal Insurance Co (Chubb) v W.C.A.B...

New York Workers’ Compensation Trends and Developments for 2015

Many of the new developments in Workers’ Compensation Law and Practice in New York in 2015 were in the area of administrative and regulatory changes resulting from the Workers’ Compensation Board’s Business Process Re-engineering Project (BPR). There were very few legislative developments...