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Paper work like this coupled with cash draining WC insurance requirements are probably two of the more detrimental forces impeding real economical growth in this country. Injuries and medical treatment from whatever cause should be a single payer system, not the “did it happen on the job” dichotomy of insurance claims. Ditto for OSHA reporting requirements which could easily be combined into a single data compilation via incident documentation at the medical treatment venue. Worker safety and treatment would not be compromised. Osha safety rules would remain in place to protect workers. And costs to business-especially small businesses-would drop dramatically.

The shear number of public and private employment devoted to this cash draining scam should numb the minds of anyone with one. This is an actual issue that Congress could address but won’t-as always it’s a matter of “follow the money”.

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