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What are the costs of hospital services?


Connecticut's workers' compensation provides for employer liability for hospital care for injuries. However, courts have to determine whether hospital rates are based upon whether rates are contingent on what the hospital's actual costs to provide medical services or on the hospital's published rates that it is required to charge any payer under state law.

Can family and medical leave apply to workers' compensation?


Federal and Connecticut laws protect injured workers. According to the Office of Legislative Research, an employer can consider an injured workers' absence from employment as family and medical leave under the state and federal Family and Medical Leave Acts if the reason for the absence meets FMLA requirements.

Connecticut Supreme Court to decide workers' compensation case


The Connecticut Supreme Court will hear an appeal that may set precedent on awarding and apportioning benefits to injured workers in the state. A former United Parcel Service (UPS) worker argued that he should receive full workers' compensation benefits for carpal tunnel syndrome even though it may have been a pre-existing condition unrelated to work.

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