Winter Slips, Falls Accounted for One-Third of Midwestern Work Comp Claims

Friday, November 7th, 2014 Workers' Compensation

Workers’ compensation carriers, Accident Fund Insurance Company of America and United Heartland, report that during last year’s difficult Midwest winter, slips and falls on ice and snow accounted for nearly one-third of all workers’ compensation claims that resulted in lost time from work. The insurers said winter-related slips and falls claims doubled in 2013-2014 over the previous year, representing 29 percent of all workers’ compensation claims.


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