George Pataki to consider combining the bill with the Workers Compensation benefit
Typically, where the employee is hurt, on the job or off the job, determines whether the claim is submitted under the workers compensation benefit
package or under the health plan offered by the employer.
1840 changes the amount of time an employee can receive workers compensation benefits
, said Matt Wilson, partner of Martin Law LLC in Philadelphia.
Physician dispensing of repackaged drugs, especially for patients receiving workers compensation benefits
, is drawing the scrutiny of insurers, legislators and regulators.
Donna applied for Workers Compensation benefits
. Wyeth and its Workers Compensation Insurance Carrier, Travelers Indemnity Company of America (Travelers) denied Donna's application for benefits.
The average wage also is used by the Department of L&I in calculating workers compensation benefits
Scott Liebert, CIC, president of PIANY: "His appointment will ensure that the voice of both independent agents and independent livery drivers throughout New York State are heard; his decades-long experience and knowledge of the livery industry will be valuable in his work on the board." The fund, created by a new law passed July 2008, gives independent contractor livery drivers workers compensation benefits
in circumstances where no-fault automobile insurance does not provide sufficient coverage.
Workers compensation benefits
are established by individual states and are paid by either the insurance company that writes the workers compensation policy or the employer's self-insurance program.
Statutory requirements vary by state but generally require any "employer" with a requisite minimum number of employees to provide workers compensation benefits
to those employees.
Just because company A is located in Maryland does not mean that an injured employee always has to file for workers compensation benefits
in Maryland; if that employee is injured while on business in Pennsylvania, he or she could seek the compensation benefits of Pennsylvania.
Bodily injury to an employee must arise out of and in the course of employment for workers compensation benefits