Workers’ comp reforms help, but state monopoly remains unsound – Bellingham Herald

Workers' comp reforms help, but state monopoly remains unsound
Bellingham Herald
Known as a structured settlement agreement, the injured worker receives medical care for as long as treatment is needed, but agrees up front to a set amount of compensation for lost income from being unable to work. Structured settlements give injured

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Workers’ comp reforms help, but state monopoly remains unsound – Bellingham Herald

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