OSHA probe focuses on “water knot.” Company agrees to inspect safety gear every year.
Wyoming Workforce Services took nine of its 13 safety inspectors and formed a new state agency, the Workers' Compensation Safety and Risk Unit.
Perhaps 2 percent of workers’ comp claims are fraudulent while employers have short-changed the program by $3.3 million since ‘95.
This week, WyoFile reporter Dustin Bleizeffer visits with Cassandra Lee at KHOL 89.1 about his examination of Wyoming's workers' compensation program.
While the overall number of injury claims trends downward, the state remains one of the deadliest in the nation for workers.