Workers’ Compensation & Employers’ Liability Article Archives

Gender and Workers’ Compensation Claims

March, 2000

A recent study by the National Council on Compensation Injuries (“NCCI”) found that male workers are more likely to sustain workplace accidents, although females are more likely to file claims for occupational diseases and cumulative trauma. The study, “Gender in Workers’ Compensation Claims,” showed that male employees were more likely to file claims for traumatic…

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House Votes To Block OSHA Rules

March, 2000

In the Winter 2000 edition of our Newsletter, we reported on new ergonomic regulations proposed by OSHA concerning alleged repetitive motion disorders. If adopted, these regulations would have required employers to establish comprehensive plans to monitor, control and reduce workplace hazards associated with repetitive motion disorders through management investigation, employee interviews, additional training, and advice…

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