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Workers' Compensation News - September 27, 2004 Volume 2 Issue 238 Workers' Compensation News - September 27, 2004 Volume 2 Issue 238

 A Failed System of Health Care Delivery: The Workers’ Compensation System in New Jersey, Rutgers Law Record, Rutgers Newark School of Law, Vol. 28 Rutgers L. Rec. 3 (May 1, 2004) published Saturday, 25 September, 2004; internet site: (Report to the Labor Committee, NJ Assembly, recommendations for reform of the Workers Compensation system).

Workers' Compensation News - September 15, 2004 Volume 2 Issue 237

WELDER AWARDED BENEFITS FOR NEUROLOGICAL INJURIES--PA panel affirmed workers' compensation benefits for welding fume exposure and neurological injuries. The Court held that the claimant's neurology expert gave scientifically competent testimony. 

CMS Publishes Final Rule Changing the Way It Will Calculate Interest on Medicare Secondary Payer Debt

 Interest is calculated from the date of the final determination and is owed if the amount of the overpayment or underpayment is not paid within 30 days. Interest accrues daily but is assessed and calculated in 30-day periods. A period that is less than 30 days is considered to be a full 30-day period.

Workers' Compensation News - September 1, 2004 Volume 2 Issue 235

TWO FINANCIAL TITANS AVOID CARING FOR INJURED WORKER Injured woman spends her retirement funds, still can't get care. A claimant has been waiting and waiting for temporary disability benefits or medical treatment for over a year. 

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