Search the LHSFNA website
Published: July, 2005; Vol 2, Num 2

 

New Resource Lists
Workers' Comp Rules State-by-State

Every state has different provisions that govern its workers’ compensation insurance program. Now, the New York Committee on Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) has published a series of tables that list each state’s requirements.

The tables and links are as follows:


Table 1. Type of Law and Insurance Requirements for Private Employment

Table 2. Numerical Exemptions

Table 3. Coverage of Agricultural Workers

Table 4. Jurisdictions in Which Workers' Compensation Laws Apply
to Domestic Employment


Table 5. Medical Benefits and Methods of Physician Selection Provided
by Workers' Compensation Statutes in the U.S


Table 6. Benefits for Temporary Total Disability Provided by Workers'
Compensation Statutes in the U.S


Table 7. Benefits for Permanent Total Disability Provided by Workers'
Compensation Statutes in the U.S


Table 8. Benefits for Permanent Partial Disability Provided by Workers'
Compensation Statutes in the U.S


Table 9a. Maximum Benefits and Periods of Payment for Selected
Permanent Partial Disabilities


Table 9b. Methods of Payment of Scheduled Awards

Table 10. Jurisdictions Having "Flexible Maximum" Benefit Levels Under
Workers' Compensation Statutes


Table 11. Jurisdictions Which Provide for Disfigurement

Table 12. Benefits for Surviving Spouses and Children in Death Cases
Provided by Workers' Compensation Statutes in the U.S


Table 13. Maximum Burial Allowance

Table 14. Waiting Periods

Table 15. Provisions Relating to Rehabilitation Under State Workers'
Compensation Statutes


Table 16. Method of Payment

Table 17 Offset Provisions in State Workers' Compensation Laws

Table 18. Attorney Fees

Table 19. Workers' Compensation Advisory Committees and
Study Commissions


Table 20. Occupational Hearing Loss Statutes

[Steve Clark]