Minnesota Work Comp News

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  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced that Work Comp Campus will stop accepting ACORD XML formatted electronic data interchange transactions at the close of business on Feb. 9. Starting…
  • The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that the phrase "killed in the line of duty" includes a death by suicide resulting from post-traumatic stress disorder caused by performing duties peculiar…
  • Minnesota lawmakers on Wednesday introduced two bills that would address workplace safety issues for warehouse and meatpacking industry workers. HF 36 would address quotas for those working in warehouses for merchandise and…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry requested comments from workers’ compensation system participants regarding new rules governing treatment for traumatic brain injuries. The department has not drafted proposed rules yet…
  • The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that a deputy sheriff was entitled to a presumption that his post-traumatic stress disorder was an occupational disease even though his employer offered a competing…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry and Minnesota IT Services have partnered with BerryDunn to conduct a review of the department’s workers' compensation portal, Work Comp Campus. As part of…
  • The Minnesota Supreme Court overturned a denial of attorney fees to counsel for an injured man, finding the worker had a “genuinely disputed” claim. Case: Lagasse v. Horton, No. A21-1745, 11/30/2022,…
  • Minnesota workers were a little safer on the job last year, as the rate of injured or sick employees ticked lower from 2020. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Survey of…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced that its Work Comp Campus claims system has an electronic data interchange defect that is rejecting transactions. System users who receive an EDI error…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry is hosting a training series for everyone who uses its electronic claim system, Work Comp Campus. Training programs will be no more than 30…

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