Not-so-cheap sleeps: expensive beds drive a wedge in workers' comp programs: when beds were made of slats and springs and cost a few hundred dollars, tacking the cost of a bed onto an insurance bill was a no-brainer. But with some beds costing as much as $30,000, it pays to think twice before signing on the dotted line.(Up front: news, updates and other emerging strategies from around the world)
Sep 01, 2004; Mankind's most popular healing tool, a good bed, isn't always covered by workers' compensation insurance. That's not necessarily...