Texas Marks Centennial Anniversary of Workers’ Compensation Laws

Delivered to: Randy Kelley on 12 – September – 2013

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News Release

Texas Marks Centennial Anniversary of Workers’ Compensation Laws

AUSTIN, TX — September 2013, marks the 100th anniversary of the effective date of the first workers’ compensation laws passed by the 33rd Texas Legislature. In observance of this centennial date, Commissioner of Workers’ Compensation Rod Bordelon released the following statement:

“The Texas workers’ compensation system has played a pivotal role in the economic development of the Lone Star State over the last century by providing a safety net for employees who are injured on the job and lawsuit protections for employers,” Bordelon said. “Our state-based statutory system provides injured employees with medical and income benefits on a no-fault basis while encouraging employees to return to work as quickly and safely as possible – and that keeps our workforce active and productive.”

The Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation (TDI-DWC) is the agency responsible for administering the Texas workers’ compensation system. To find out more information about workers’ compensation, contact the TDI-DWC through one of its local field offices throughout the state or visit the agency’s website at http://www.tdi.texas.gov/wc/indexwc.html.

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Texas Department of Insurance
333 Guadalupe, Austin, TX 78714-9104
P.O. Box 149104
Phone: (800) 252-3439 for Consumer Help

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