Workers' Compensation News
More than 2 dozen charged in California insurance fraud case
Prosecutors in California say more than two dozen doctors, pharmacists and medical business owners have been charged in a multimillion-dollar scheme to bilk workers compensation insurance by prescribing unnecessary treatments and tests
Stripper shot on job to get new hearing to determine damages
The quibbling continues over how much a South Carolina stripper should be compensated after being shot while on the job, with the state's highest court on Wednesday ordering a new hearing in the woman's case
Workers comp programs fight addiction among injured workers
US states are taking steps through workers compensation systems to fight painkiller addiction among employees injured on the job
San Bernardino Victims Petition Trump to Fix Healthcare Roadblocks
A group of San Bernardino terror attack victims has created a petition calling on President Donald Trump to compel local officials to approve medical care that they say has been delayed or outright denied. San Bernardino Survivors Speak Out, a support and advocacy group organized by those who
NFLPA will sway free agents from joining Bears if bill passes
NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith says he will tell potential free agents not to sign with the Chicago Bears should new Illinois Senate Bill 12 SA #2 pass. The bill would adjust the Workers' Compensation Act as it applies to professional athletes, who potentially are
Healthcare Nightmare for San Bernardino Terror Victims
The survivors of an ISIS-inspired terrorist attack that left 14 dead and 22 injured in San Bernardino, California say that they still struggle to receive medical treatments despite assurances from the county that their care would be expedited. The San Bernardino Survivors Speak Out support and
San Bernardino Terror Victims Claim Medical Care Frustrations, One Year After Attack
Exactly one year after 14 people were killed and 22 more injured when ISIS-inspired terrorists went on a shooting rampage in San Bernardino, California, surviving victims are speaking out, saying that they are going through a second trauma: a betrayal. In interviews with ABC News and affiliate
Wall of Taco Trucks Greets Trump in Vegas Ahead of Final Presidential Debate
ABC News' Charli James is at a protest by the culinary workers union in Las Vegas ahead of the third presidential debate, where taco trucks have lined up in solidarity with the protestors.
Step Right up and Talk About the Presidential Candidates at the Williams County Fair!
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks asks voters in the battleground state of Ohio to step up and spin our wheel of election questions to find out what's on their minds.
Cleveland Mayor, Safety Officials Unveil RNC Security Plan
Cleveland really wants you to know that it will be safe and prepared to host the 2016 Republican National Convention in July. City officials unveiled a "preparedness plan" today to show how they plan to secure the large-scale event, touting the work they are doing in collaboration with federal,