New Hampshire has among the nation’s highest costs, when it comes to handling on-the-job injuries. And despite many attempts to address that, worker’s comp is a contentious issue with groups representing health providers, businesses, and employees all having strong feelings about what they might win or lose in a compromise.
- Bob Sanders: reporter for the New Hampshire Business Review
- Pete McNamara: President of the New Hampshire Automobile Dealers Association, member of the Governor's Workers' Compensation Commission.
- Gary Woods: retired surgeon, former president of New Hampshire Medical Society, and former chairman of a workers’ compensation advisory committee.
Also joining us:
- Roger Sevigny: Commissioner of the New Hampshire Insurance Department
- NPR's special series in partnership with ProPublic, "Insult to Injury: America's Vanishing Worker Protections"