Associated Press (04/30/12) Emily Wagster Pettus
The Mississippi legislature has passed a bill that would change workers’ compensation for employees injured at work or for the survivors of employees killed at work. Injured employees found to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs would not be granted compensation. Injured employees would be required to file medical records that support compensation claims within 60 days. The changes are expected to reduce the premiums paid by companies.
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