The state Workers' Compensation Fund was formed in 1913, and in that first year, it paid out $300,000 more than it took in. Today the deficit exceeds $2 billion, just shy of the state's entire general revenue budget for last year. How could such a tremendous debt be created? Who is responsible? Who will pay the astronomical cost, and could it be all West Virginia wage earners? Find out in this four-part series by clicking here.