Portland, ME (WorkersCompensation.com) - For more than 30 years MEMIC’s Beth Stowell, a senior loss control consultant to the health care industry, has worked to improve safety for patients and their ... Read More
Boston, MA — Bagels and donuts during the breakfast meeting. Cake for birthday celebrations. Deli sandwiches during a lunch seminar. Consuming extra food is a common occurrence for many workers. But ... Read More
We sometimes have the opportunity to review workplace injuries that are more, shall we say, unusual given their unique situation. And when a football team’s mascot is hauled off the field in a medical ... Read More
Tumwater, WA (WorkersCompensation.com) - The price of workers' compensation insurance in Washington will likely drop significantly in 2019. Today the state Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) ... Read More
Olympia, WA (WorkersCompensation.com) - Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced that the U.S. Department of Energy will conduct testing and, if successful, begin implementing a new system to treat or ... Read More
Long Island, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – A son of an employee killed in a cave-in is suing his father’s employer for $50 million citing safety concerns.
The defendant, Don Antorino, of ... Read More
The California Division of Workers’ Comp is going back to the drawing board on possible changes to the medical-legal fee schedule.
A public meeting to discuss a possible new schedule has been ... Read More
Paradigm will be acquired by investment firm Omers, a Toronto, Canada headquartered company. Sources indicate the price was approximately 14 times earnings; by my calculation, the total valuation ... Read More
1) Shooting at WI Software Company Leads to Four Injuries
Wisconsin-based WTS Paradigm was the site of a shooting yesterday, after a gunman wounded three people, writes James B. Nelson and John Bacon of the ... Read More