Montana court considers workers' comp for retirees

06/15/2009 | Insurance Journal

The Montana Supreme Court is considering whether workers' compensation benefits should extend past retirement age. Attorneys with the Montana State Fund told the court that allowing benefits to go to disabled retirees would cost the state $230 million to $300 million in payments, according to analysts, while state businesses would pay a further $60 million a year in premiums.

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