1 edition of Study of the effect of medical costs in Maine"s workers" compensation system found in the catalog.
Study of the effect of medical costs in Maine"s workers" compensation system
1986 by Office of Policy and Legal Analysis in Augusta, Me. (Rm. 101, State House, Sta. 13, Augusta 04333) .
Written in English
|Statement||Joint Standing Committee on Labor.|
|Contributions||Maine. Legislature. Joint Standing Committee on Labor., Maine. Legislature. Office of Policy and Legal Analysis.|
|LC Classifications||HD7103.65.U62 M357 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 11, 1 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||86622004|
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Abstract. Steady increases in the costs of medical care, coupled with a rise in the fraction of workers who lack medical care insurance, have led to a growing concern that the Workers' Compensation system is paying for off-the-job by: Benefits provided by ME workers compensation laws include lost wages and payment of medical services; the amount of payment is limited by ME workers compensation laws.
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New Jersey allows a credit under N.J.S.A. (d) for previous disability. Workers' compensation became front page news during the summer ofwhen Maine's governor refused to sign the state's budget unless the Legislature reformed the system. Although the vehemence of the governor's demands stunned both the public and the Legislature, the dire state of workers' compensation was well known to those involved.
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The regional data used in this book have been subject to statistical tests to determine to whatFile Size: 5MB. It has been accepted for inclusion in Workers’ Compensation Board Documents by an authorized administrator of Maine State Documents.
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