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What to Expect from the EEOC in 2015: A Renewed Focus on Harassment in the Workplace

It has now been 50 years since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the creation of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. ...

New York Workers’ Compensation Legislative Update

At this year’s New York Self-Insurers Association Annual Meeting, Steven M. Scotti, Esq. provided an update on various aspects of recent workers’ compensation legislation impacting ...

Five Foods To Forego…Everyday Choices Pose Health Concerns

Experts frequently remind us that fresh fruits and vegetables, especially those that come in rich, vibrant colors, should hold a valued position on our tables ...

North Carolina Notes Rate Filing, Fraud Arrest

Officials in the Tar Heel State reported a recent workers compensation rate filing and an arrest involving comp fraud.   Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin announced that the ...

February 1, 2015 Kansas Workers Compensation Law Update.

1.  NEW - Kansas Workers Compensation Claim Triage.►        What Is Kansas Work Comp Claim Triage?         • Kansas work comp claim triage is ...

Misclassification - What it is

There is a fair amount of discussion in the news about Florida and "insurance fraud" or "workers' compensation fraud."  Some of the discussion has been ...

Workers Compensation Attorney Fees in the News

Florida workers' compensation is sometimes a polarizing subject. The process of workers' comp was designed for the benefit of employees and their employers. Much has ...

Oregon WCD Moves on Industry Notice

Officials with the Oregon Workers Compensation Division (WCD) recently released the following update….   To: Insurers, third-party administrators, attorneys, injured workers and WCD all staff   Subject: Spurger v. ...

It is Time to Join the Alabama Workers Compensation Organization

Do not forget to submit your 2015 Membership Application.@Applications must be postmarked by February 27th in order to attend the Spring Conference at no charge. ...

Superior Court Decision Refused To Follow Unreported Decision In Dever V. New Jersey Manufacturers

           There has been a great deal of controversy about respondent’s lien rights in motor vehicle accident cases since the unreported ruling inDever v. New ...

Injured Worker’s Personal Problems Lead To Dangerous Workers Comp Claims

There are classes of comp claims that start as ordinary reports of injury but quickly turn into claims nightmares. Among these is the younger worker ...

The MSA Process: To Review Or Not To Review

In William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, Prince Hamlet of Denmark agonizes over his sanity and speaks one of the most famous lines in English literature, “To ...

Australian Focus Zeroes in on Forklift Safety

Unfortunately, it sometimes takes the deaths of one or more workers to fully grab the attention of employers and workplace safety officials.   Two fatal incidents at ...

Top 10 Employer Complaints About Their Adjuster / Carrier

Over the years I have fielded several complaints from employers about their work comp adjuster or carrier in general.  I think at one point or ...

California Man Cooked Up Fraud Scheme

For one California man, the recipe of making up a workers compensation scam is over.   Fernando Gallegos, 43, of Los Angeles, was arrested for allegedly collecting ...

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John D’Alusio has over 30 years experience in P/C insurance with executive management positions in administration, field operations, and claim technical areas. Mr. D’Alusio has had many articles published in industry periodicals, and is also a contributing author to the LexisNexis published, “Complete Guide to Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance.” He writes a monthly column for Risk & Insurance Magazine and is a quarterly columnist for AMComp Magazine.
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