Chicago, IL (WorkersCompenstion.com) – The best outcome for an injured worker having a knee replacement is largely dependent on when the surgery occurs, according to a study from Chicago’s ... Read More
Manufacturing job are often thought of as dangerous places to work. That is not the case if the factory has a proper safety program in place. The creation of a safety program for a factory is not much ... Read More
Possible Corrections To AB 5 Introduced With Two New California Assembly Bills
Two California Assembly Bills were introduced very quickly after the rumble caused by California AB 5 since the Bill ... Read More
Individuals across the United States work in a variety of professions. From nurses to teachers, construction workers to electricians, jobs and their associated daily tasks differ. For the majority of the ... Read More
Boca Raton, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) announces the launch of a new Solutions Web portal on ncci.com. This Solutions portal—a resource of ... Read More
Washington, DC — The White House Office of Management and Budget has launched an initiative designed to enhance workplace safety and health – and, in turn, reduce injuries – among federal ... Read More
Manasquan, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) – During the 2019 NCOIL Annual Meeting in Austin, TX, the organization adopted the NCOIL Workers’ Compensation Drug Formulary Model Act sponsored by ... Read More
Trenton, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) - Acting on his commitment to support and uplift New Jersey workers, Governor Phil Murphy today signed a legislative package combatting worker misclassification and ... Read More
A Look Back At 2019 Appeals Board Opinions Happy New Year!
It’s become tradition for me to kick things off with a recap of the previous year’s appellate cases.
But first, another tradition: the disclaimer. Remember that I’m a ...