Posts Tagged ‘work-related injury and illness’

Workers’ Comp Ruling: Genetic Causes Including Inherited Predispositions May Be Apportioned

The 3rd District Court of Appeal recently decided a case that helps define how factors outside the workplace are to be treated when apportioning the employer’s share of liability for an injury at work. In City of Jackson v. Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board and Christopher Rice, the appeal court approved on April 26 a medical […]

10 May 17 - Workers' Compensation - Heather Wallace - No CommentsRead More »

California Work-Related Injury and Illness Rate is Lowest in 13 Years

The Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) released California’s 2014 Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illness, showing work-related injuries remain at their lowest level since 2002. There were 460,000 reportable occupational injury and illness cases in 2014: 265,000 of those cases involved lost work-time (including job transfer and restriction from duty) and 140,000 cases involved days […]

1 Dec 15 - Workplace Safety - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - Comments Off on California Work-Related Injury and Illness Rate is Lowest in 13 YearsRead More »