Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Hybrid work environments, increased doxing, and employer-encouraged gaming. The latest forecast indicates 2021 will be nothing if not an unusual year.
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Liability Medicare Set-Asides (aka LMSAs): Are they grounded in the Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP) as a legal requirement? The P&C industry has heard chatter of the concept of LMSAs since the ... Read More
What is the Broken Record Technique?
The Broken Record Technique is a form of assertive behavior.
It is a verbal response that is firm and clear and conveys a message that you mean what you say.
It ... Read More
Hearing loss cases are unique because we all are exposed to loud noises at various times of the day. If you live in Chicago it’s probably worse for you than if you live in a more rural area like ... Read More
The workers' compensation adjuster, who is often dealing with attorneys out to maximize the cost of the workers' comp claim, or with employee claimants who are attempting to commit fraud, may be tempted to ... Read More
New movement to help the workers’ compensation industry address generational shift kicks off 2021 webinar series on January 21
ATLANTA, Georgia (January 19, 2021) – A free national webinar on ... Read More
Wilmington, Mass. (January 19, 2021) — Ametros, the leader in Medicare Set Aside professional administration, has created a Medical Advisory Council.
“This council is the first of its kind, ... Read More
The Kentucky Supreme Court recently decided Calloway County Sheriff's Dept. v. Woodall, Case No. 2018-CA-1509. This is an interesting decision regarding the provision of workers' compensation benefits, ... Read More
From time to time over the years, I have pulled out my prognosticative pen and scribed what I believed were 10 events most likely to occur in the year laid out before us. History has not been kind to these ... Read More
Hearing Loss And Illinois Workers' Compensation Hearing loss cases are unique because we all are exposed to loud noises at various times of the day. If you live in Chicago it’s probably worse for you than if you live in a more rural area like ...