Workers Comp Runs Out For Still-Injured Garland Officer Hit By Drunk Driver 2 Years AgoDarryl Kimmis said in the opinion of a doctor hired by the city of Garland's insurance adjuster, he'd only suffered a mild head contusion and back strain.
New Legislation Looks To Help First Responders With PTSDA bill filed by a Texas representative looks to help first responders who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder receive workers' compensation.
28 Charged In North Texas Workers' Compensation Fraud CaseMore than two dozen people face charges in a $9.5 million workers' compensation bogus billing investigation in North Texas.
Firefighter Battling Cancer Now Fights For Workers’ CompensationA Bedford firefighter battling cancer is in the process of trying to get a different kind of medical assistance, and he's got a lot of support.
Bedford Firefighter Fighting Cancer And MoreLt. Keith Long is battling stage 4 cancer. He's applied for workers compensation from the City of Bedford but has been denied.
Judge Halts Worker's Comp Claim For Dallas Ebola Nurse Nina PhamA state district judge on Monday halted a hospital operator's efforts to seek a worker's compensation claim for Ebola nurse Nina Pham.
Fort Worth Mayor Upset With Police Workers Comp. FirmFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price is demanding answers from the workers compensation company in charge of providing benefits to Sgt. Drake.
Loophole Prevents Texas Workers' Comp Patients From Receiving MedicareThere may be a loophole that blocks anyone who has ever used workers' compensation in Texas from getting Medicare claims paid.
Frisco Teacher's Aide Hit By Lightning, Then Medical BillsA Frisco teacher’s aide was at work last week when she was struck by lightning, but the most shocking thing happened when the woman tried to pay her medical bills.