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Is Injury Sliding Into Home Plate Workers Comp?

Spring is almost here and with the changing of the seasons comes picnics, softball games, corporate retreats and golf outings.  When all the attendees are ...

Victorian (Australia) Workplaces Seek Better Safety

A total of 23 people died in Victorian (Australia) workplaces last year, according to provisional figures released recently by the WorkSafe Victoria (WorkSafe).   Seven of those ...

6 Things Employers Should Do To Avoid A ProPublica Report

The reports from ProPublica are the result of employers not managing workers compensation. Here are 6 things employers can do to take control and avoid ...

Alabama Court Reverses Award of Attorney Fees Where Utilization Review Properly Followed

On March 20, 2015, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released its opinion in Good Hope Contracting Company, Inc. v. McCall wherein it upheld an ...

A View from the Top - Top casualty execs give their views on a variety of issues

The closing session at the 2015 Advisen Casualty Insights Conference was the executive panel consisting of Tony DeFelice - AON (moderator), Mark Butler - Liberty ...

Looking at Cyber Insurance From Every Angle

At the 2015 Advisen Casualty Insights conference, a panel discussed cyber insurance in the casualty insurance industry.  The panel consisted of Joe Cellura from Allied ...

Wisconsin Employer Saw High Volume of Workplace Injuries

One workplace injury is one too many, but one Wisconsin employer saw a rash of injuries over a three-and-a-half year timetable.   In a three-and-a-half year period, ...

Technology's Casualty Drivers

At the 2015 Advisen Casualty Insights Conference, Lisa Lang, Michael Hudzik, Michael O'Brien and Scott Godes discussed risks associated with the "Internet of Things" (IOT). ...

Drones: The Risk from Above

At the 2015 Advisen Casualty Insights Conference, the topic of drones and risk management concerns related to them was discussed by Justin Green, Aviation Attorney ...

Advisen Casualty Insights Conference

This week Conference Chronicles goes beyond worker' compensation and will be reporting from the Advisen Casualty Conference in New York City.  Here is the link ...

Get the Best from an Independent Medical Examination

Nothing is more exasperating than to have an Independent Medical Examination challenged or disregarded in a claim where a medical controversy exists.  These examinations can ...

Good News for Many Nevada Employers

Employers are always happy to hear the news of lower costs to their workers compensations premiums.   With that in mind, many Nevada employers will see a ...

At the Top of My Lungs "What's Going On?"

In 1992 a group called Four Non-Blondes recorded "what's up," a catchy one-hit wonder. In her angst, the singer tells us that at times she ...

3/25/2015 Iowa News Update

NID, Inc., and Great West Casualty Company v. Troy Monahan, Court of Appeals of Iowa, No. 14-0292On March 15, 2007, Claimant, Troy Monahan, fell at ...

3/11/2015 Iowa News Update

Steven J. Bell Jr. v. 3E a/k/a Electrical & Engineering Co., and Travelers Indemnity/CT, Court of Appeals of Iowa, No. 14-0044On March 19, 2010, Claimant, Steven ...

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