NHBR: Trouble on the workers' comp horizon?
The insurance industry, blaming high medical costs, proposed that one way to reduce them is to mandate that employees initially in the workers' comp process go to a doctor picked by the employer's insurance carrier. Unions and other representing labor instead urged the state to crack down on independent contractors who don't pay premiums but collect benefits when they are hurt.
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