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When a worker alleged a co-worker sexually assaulted her while on the job, her employer said under state law, she had exclusive legal remedy.
Report highlights damage done by employee theft and fraud to smaller employers.
A proposed rule from the EEOC is intended to help clear up questions surrounding wellness programs and potential conflicts with the ADA.
Significant workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
A moving service that pairs moving customers with movers’ helpers claims it is not the employer of those helpers for the purposes of workers’ comp.
The roles of insurance sector CROs are expanding.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry, including whether coverage extended to a professional who used social media to defame a competitor.
With patent infringement litigation still going strong, companies seek methods of protection.
The Texas Supreme Court made clear its stance that workers’ comp is the exclusive jurisdiction for all matters related to the handling of an injury claim.
Universities, fraternities and their local chapters, and individuals may face liability for sexual assault, alcohol abuse or other actions.
A round-up of nationwide regulatory changes affecting the workers’ compensation industry.
Roger Crombie suggests that insurance policies may need to include trigger warnings.
The latest decisions impacting the industry, including an insurer’s duty to defend and a coverage dispute following an equipment explosion.
The relationship between a broker and insured is determined by its nature, not by length of time.
Employers with workers overseas have new regulations to consider in 2015.
Employers may be legally required to open their workers’ comp light duty programs to pregnant workers.
Crop and flood insurance, and a host of health-care related concerns are top of mind for brokerage organizations.
In the first two states to wrestle with questions of allowing employers to opt out of the federal workers comp system, uphill battles remain.
An employer seeks immunity from tort liability after a temporary employee blames his injury on the company’s negligence.