Boston, MA — Workers frequently exposed to diesel exhaust may face a higher risk of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and the risk may increase with length of exposure, a preliminary study from Harvard ... Read More
Atlanta, GA (WorkersCompensation.com) - Attorney General Chris Carr made the following statement on House Bill 701. The legislation aims to include drug testing for all forms of opioids, including ... Read More
I was supposed to wake up in Boston this morning, but I didn’t. I should be getting ready to leave my hotel room at the Westin Copley Place to head downstairs and join several hundred other data ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) -
1) KY Work Comp Bill Sees Success in House of Representatives, Moves on to Senate
Kentucky House Bill 2, legislation aiming to make major changes to the ... Read More
The concept of reconstructing wages for permanency awards pertains to part-time workers with serious injuries. For example, consider an employee who works 20 hours per week earning $10 per hour. ... Read More
HAVS or hand-arm vibration syndrome is an insidious condition affecting the distal upper extremity.
More specifically, repeated exposure to vibration through the use of powered vibrating tools such as ... Read More
The 11th Circuit issued an opinion yesterday on a Motion to Dismiss on a claim addressing a new question, one they have never been faced with before: Whether an MAO has a private cause of ... Read More
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas has issued an opinion in ongoing litigation by Aetna and Humana, both Medicare Advantage Plans (MAPs), against a Plaintiff law firm that represented ... Read More
Mother Nature and Missing WCRI I was supposed to wake up in Boston this morning, but I didn’t. I should be getting ready to leave my hotel room at the Westin Copley Place to head downstairs and join several hundred other data ...