Insurance Journal - A highly sheltered workers’ comp reform proposal being quietly passed around California’s capitol has the potential to make some noise when and if it ever gets introduced. The general consensus among those seeking reform is the need for roughly $700 million in additional permanent disability benefits for injured workers, and $1.4 billion in system wide savings. The nearly 300-page document that proposes to achieve those goals has been kept mostly under wraps by those directly involved with negotiations, and it’s not clear whether the document was shared with other workers’ comp stakeholders until recently. - Go To Story
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
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