California Employers Still Guessing If Comp Reforms Can Withstand New Governor On Claims Journal - July 18, 2019
ANAHEIM, California — Seven months into the administration of Gov. Gavin Newsom, employers in solid-blue California are still waiting to see how well the workers’ compensation reforms championed by his predecessor will fare under new leadership.
So far, so good, but it’s still early. That sums up comments...
Family of Massachusetts Youth Killed in Blast Settles Suit Against Company On Insurance Journal - July 10, 2019
The family of a teenager killed during a 2018 gas explosion that injured a dozen others and destroyed scores of homes in three Boston suburbs settled its lawsuit against Columbia Gas of Massachusetts on Tuesday.
Leonel Rondon died when his car was crushed by a chimney that fell after the blast in a pipeline owned by Columbia Gas, a unit of NiSource Inc.
Sleepless night as aftershocks rattle earthquake-battered Ridgecrest On Los Angeles Times - July 6, 2019
Residents of Ridgecrest and other communities began focusing on recovery after the largest earthquake in nearly two decades struck, but that proved difficult as a series of powerful aftershocks strained nerves and brought sleepless nights.