Workers’ Comp Benefits Rejected For At-Home FallNearly three years after a woman tripped over her dog while working at home, a state appeals court has ruled that she is not entitled to workers’ compensation insurance benefits for injuries she suffered.
Hearing Set On Workers’ Comp Rate CutThe state Office of Insurance Regulation has scheduled an Oct. 17 hearing on a proposal that could lead to an average 13.4 percent reduction in workers’ compensation insurance.
Supreme Court Weighs Battle Over Workers' CompFlorida Supreme Court justices Wednesday tried to sift through arguments about the constitutionality of the state's workers-compensation insurance system -- and whether they should decide the issue.
Workers Comp Case Drawing Heavy AttentionA Florida Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of the state's workers-compensation insurance system is drawing heavy interest from legal, public-safety and insurance-industry groups.
Workers Comp Rate To Drop Next YearFlorida employers will see overall workers-compensation insurance rates drop 4.7 percent as of January 1st, 2016.
State Approves Lower Worker Comp RatesFlorida businesses will save some money next year. The state's Office of Insurance Regulation has announced an overall 5.2 percent decrease in workers-compensation insurance rates.
Workers Comp Laws Could Face Changes A new proposal, filed Monday could mean more requirements for injured employees in workers-compensation insurance cases.
Workers' Comp Bill Headed To Gov. ScottA bill that aims at lowering workers’ compensation insurance costs is now on its way to Gov. Rick Scott’s desk for signing.
"Operation Dirty Money" Bust Takes Down Workers Comp Fraud RingInvestigators say they've busted a worker’s compensation fraud ring in Broward County.