Work Comp Study Shows Strengths, Weaknesses of System

A new study known as the “Workers’ Perspective on Settlements and Hearings” has shed some light on how claimants view the workers’ compensation process in Minnesota. To narrow their study, researchers focused on individuals who settled their claim outside of the courtroom. Their goal was “to ensure voluntary settlements are ...

2022-02-23T10:41:27-06:00June 10, 2013|Categories: Work Comp Blog, Workers Comp|Tags: , |

Couples that Share Housework have Higher Divorce Rates

A new study of Norwegian couples has shown that couples who share household duties and chores have higher divorce rates than those who don’t. The study examined data from 2007-2008 on thousands of Norwegian couples. Results showed that the 25% of couples who divided housework equally had higher divorce rates ...

2020-08-27T16:57:30-05:00October 1, 2012|Categories: Divorce, Family Law Blog|Tags: , |