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50% Workers' comp deal good, say state's lawyers
could. "These cases have already gone on for six years. It could have been six years more before we got any results. "There was also the threat some companies might be unable to pay judgments for the full amounts, even if were successful....
Published: Monday, January 21, 2002
Words: 693

49% Workers' Comp deal blasted $50 million, not enough, group
That percentage is less than the typical fees of between 33 percent and 40 percent. "In light of all the circumstances, I think this settlement was a fair and reasonable amount," Alex Macia, the governor's counsel, said Thursday, "In...
Published: Friday, January 11, 2002
Words: 654

41% State agency pursues Workers' Comp debts
Comp $15,914 s T & R Trucking Co., a Mingo County company, owed Workers' Comp $103,321 and Unemployment Comp $15,891. To contact staff writer Paul J. Nyden, use e-mail or call 348-5164....
Published: Friday, March 15, 2002
Words: 178

40% $50 million Coal contractor mess
firms that paid all required fees. Eventually, it was determined that Island Creek Coal Co. had avoided $47 million in Workers' Comp premiums and interest, the Massey conglomerate had ducked about $40 million, and others evaded lesser...
Published: Friday, January 11, 2002
Words: 526

40% Workers' Compensation Bluestone should not be forced to
from the Workers' Compensation Division before they were given a contract to work for Bluestone. Second, Bluestone inquired of the Workers Compensation Division, on a number of occasions, as to the status of their contractors. On at...
Published: Monday, March 04, 2002
Words: 733

40% Bluestone should not be forced to pay another's debt
from the Workers' Compensation Division before they were given a contract to work for Bluestone. Second, Bluestone inquired of the Workers Compensation Division, on a number of occasions, as to the status of their contractors. On at...
Published: Saturday, March 02, 2002
Words: 732

40% Wise's truck stance is an outrage
a lot of grief on these pages for his actions. But he wouldn't do any of this without Wise's consent. Then there's the Workers Comp settlement announced last week. On its face, this is a clear departure from Underwood, who did his best...
Published: Friday, January 18, 2002
Words: 896

40% WORKERS COMP: AN ANALYSIS 'Nobody knows how much debt'
debts up. Some of them would then go under themselves." Supreme Court rulings When the Supreme Court liberalizes benefits to injured workers, retroactively and prospectively, Workers' Comp gets millions of dollars in new liabilities....
Published: Sunday, June 23, 2002
Words: 1591

39% Rulings help injured workers Employees win right to
and 50 other injured miners "to accept rehabilitation services with the goal of obtaining employment with a new employer." After workers signed those agreements, McGraw wrote, Eastern terminated their employment, arguing they admitted...
Published: Sunday, June 30, 2002
Words: 1033

39% $56.6 million State regains money
taxes, medical benefits and the like. Then they filed bankruptcy or disappeared. Thus the owner firms were able to market their coal without paying normal costs of production - giving them an unfair advantage over honest firms that...
Published: Saturday, April 13, 2002
Words: 304

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