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Workers' Compensation News - JuL 10, 2006, Volume 4 Issue 407

Jon 12615

 NJ GOVERNOR CLOSES WORKERS' COMPENSATION COURTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO STATE BUDGETARY CRISIS
Governor Jon S. Corzine today signed an Executive Order to immediately begin the orderly shutdown of non-essential state government functions. This step was taken after the midnight constitutional deadline for enacting a balanced budget passed.
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Workers' Compensation News - JuL 10, 2006, Volume 4 Issue 407

Jon 12614

 NJ GOVERNOR CLOSES WORKERS' COMPENSATION COURTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO STATE BUDGETARY CRISIS
Governor Jon S. Corzine today signed an Executive Order to immediately begin the orderly shutdown of non-essential state government functions. This step was taken after the midnight constitutional deadline for enacting a balanced budget passed.
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Workers' Compensation News - June 10, 2006, Volume 4 Issue 406a

Jon 12885

NJ WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS DECLINE
The NJ DWC reported a 5% decline in the filing of claims in 2005 (37,248) from 2004 (39,212). The statistic also represents a 31% decline from 1992 (54,164). This is consistent with the 25% decline in the number of indemnity claims paid in NJ from from 1992 to 2002 as reported by NJ CRIB. NJ Medical costs have soared 108% during the same period of time while indemnity has risen only 48%..

Workers' Compensation News - June 10, 2006, Volume 4 Issue 406a

Jon 12896

NJ WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS DECLINE
The NJ DWC reported a 5% decline in the filing of claims in 2005 (37,248) from 2004 (39,212). The statistic also represents a 31% decline from 1992 (54,164). This is consistent with the 25% decline in the number of indemnity claims paid in NJ from from 1992 to 2002 as reported by NJ CRIB. NJ Medical costs have soared 108% during the same period of time while indemnity has risen only 48%..

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