Each year, just before Mother's Day, the Social Security Administration releases a list of the names most commonly given to newborn babies in the United States for the previous year. The ability to compile such a list is possible since at the time of a child's birth, parents supply the name to the Social Security Administration when applying for the child's Social Security card.
A key component the Workers' Compensation Board uses in determining the amount of benefits an injured worker is eligible to receive for his or her workers' compensation claim is the degree/ percentage of disability that the worker sustained due to his or her workplace accident and/or occupational disease. As a case progresses, a doctor or Administrative Law Judge may determine that the worker is less than 100% disabled. At this point in time the insurance carrier will likely raise the issue of labor market attachment.