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Rotator Cuff Tear May Be A Covered Disability Under ADA

Michael Cannon applied for a job with Jacobs Field Services (hereinafter JFS) as a field engineer for a Colorado mining site. The company made him ...

Liability Self-Insurance

At the 2016 ACE Conference, Bob Wiese from Disneyland Resort discussed the differences between traditional insurance and self-insurance when it comes to liability claims. One of ...

Modernizing Claim Payments

At the 2016 ACE Conference, Randi Lichtenstein from BNY Mellon and Don St Jacques from Jopari Solutions discussed opportunities for insurers to increase adoption of ...

Prescription Management

At the 2016 ACE Conference, Caryn Siebert with Knight Insurance Group presented a session discussing the challenges and solutions involved in prescription management. In 2014, opioid ...

Vendor Relationships and Quality Control

At the 2016 ACE conference, a panel discussed how good vendor relationships can help you achieve your company's mission. The panel was: Jennifer Cooper-Matlack from ...

Wearable Technology's Impact On Claims Management

At the 2016 ACE Conference, Brad Koland, Director of Risk and Insurance Management with Land O'Lakes and Jarrod Magan, VP Client Technology Services with Sedgwick ...

Kidnap, Ransom & Extortion

At the 2016 ACE Conference, Wesley Odem Jr from The Ackerman Group LLC presented a session talking about the evolving risk of kidnap, ransom and ...

America's Claims Event

On June 22-24, 2016, Conference Chronicles will be blogging from America's Claims Event (ACE) in Minneapolis, MN For two decades, ACE has been a leader in ...

Understanding the Verdict Sheet

At the 2016 ACE conference, a panel discussed the importance of the verdict sheet in civil litigation. The panel was: Darryl Wilson -Anderson, Crawley & ...

ColoradoCare - Boon or Bust?

What if there were no disputes about whether work did or did not cause the need for someone's medical care. That is perhaps not practical. ...

AN IMPERFECT IMPAIRMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA

  AN IMPERFECT IMPAIRMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA By Kevin L. Connors, Esquire No, this is not a political diatribe on the politically insensitive defect who promises to make ...

Rotator Cuff Tear May Be A Covered Disability Under ADA

Michael Cannon applied for a job with Jacobs Field Services (hereinafter JFS) as a field engineer for a Colorado mining site. The company made him ...

Should workers' comp be eliminated for 90% of workers and employers?

In the current issue of IAIABC’s Perspectives magazine, Berkeley researcher Frank Neuhauser proposes the elimination of workers’ compensation for 90% of workers and employers.  [The full edition ...

Judge Of Compensation Rejects Medical Reimbursement Claim And Adopts Paid Fees As Being Most Reliable Measure Of Reasonable And Necessary Care

The New Jersey Division of Workers’ Compensation has thousands of medical reimbursement claims in various stages of negotiation and litigation.  Few cases actually get tried ...

WCIRB Research Forum

At the 2016 WCIRB Conference a panel discussed some of the geographic variations in costs seen in the California workers' compensation system. This was a ...

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