Credit: MargJohnsonVA/Adobe Stock As the U.S. job market exploded in May, employers and insurers braced for an uptick in worker's comp claims. (Credit: Marg Johnson VA/Adobe Stock)

Employers will likely face an increase in workers' compensation claims in light of the U.S. Labor Department's May 2024 report indicating the country added 272,000 new jobs.

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