Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – A new law on the books in Cal., may not be making the workers it was intended to protect too happy.
AB 5, a law designed to protect contract workers from ... Read More
America had a long and bloody history of injury carnage at work. The workers’ compensation system was created 100 years ago in part due to public concern about deaths and disabling injuries among rail, ... Read More
An interesting decision was recently rendered by the New York Appellate Court, Third Division in Cannetti v. Darr Construction Equipment Corp., 2019 NY Slip Op 05028 [173 AD3d 1493].
The dispute ... Read More
When an employee has a musculoskeletal injury keeping them from returning to work, it is routine practice for orthopedic doctors to recommend a physical therapy program. The purpose of the physical ... Read More
There is one thing that really needs to be said about the Comp Laude® Awards and Gala. While it is produced by workcompcentral, it is a success because of the many people who volunteer to toil behind the ... Read More
H&W New York Workers' Compensation Defense Newsletter Vol. 4, Issue 1 Board Continues Drug Formulary RolloutBoard Continues Program to Replace C-4 Forms with CMS-1500Section 32 Agreements Now ... Read More
Austin, TX (WorkersCompensation.com) – Medical networks for injured workers in Texas have better results in terms of treatment and costs than non-network claims, according to a new report. ... Read More
Downers Grove, IL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Coventry, a leading provider of care and cost management solutions for workers' compensation, has releases part four of its Annual Drug Trends Series. In ... Read More