On Tuesday the Ohio House voted 62-30 in favor of legislation that would block undocumented workers injured on the job from collecting workers' compensation benefits. The bill now moves to the Ohio Senate. A link to the full text of the House Version of the Bill from the Ohio Legislature's website can be found here. The … Continue reading Ohio House passes legislation barring undocumented workers from receiving benefits. How has this played out in other states?
Category: Ohio legislation
Poll Released On Providing Workers’ Compensation To Undocumented Workers
I previously posted about Ohio House Bill 380, which was introduced in the Ohio Legislature in October of this year. The bill would prevent anyone not legally residing in the United States from receiving workers’ compensation benefits. Similar language was included in the workers’ compensation bill signed by Governor Kasich on June 30, 2017 but was removed … Continue reading Poll Released On Providing Workers’ Compensation To Undocumented Workers
Is Ohio Testing The Waters Of Private Workers’ Compensation Insurance?
Ohio House Bill 268, introduced June 12, 2017, proposes allowing self-insured employers to contract with private insurers to indemnify them against their workers’ compensation liability. The legislation also eliminates prohibitions currently in place against insurance companies representing employers in the settlement, adjudication, or payment of claims. Lastly, the legislation proposes establishing an additional self-insured employers’ … Continue reading Is Ohio Testing The Waters Of Private Workers’ Compensation Insurance?
Ohio Puts The Brakes On Plan To Raid The Bureau Of Workers’ Compensation Budget
The Ohio Chamber of Commerce just reported on the introduction of Senate Bill 8 in the Ohio Legislature. All For Ohio Blog The Bill removes provisions in the state budget bill that would have allowed the Office of Management and Budget to transfer up to 2% of the Bureau of Workers' Compensation and Industrial Commission budgets to … Continue reading Ohio Puts The Brakes On Plan To Raid The Bureau Of Workers’ Compensation Budget