Wilmington, DE (WorkersCompensation.com) – A former health administrator has filed suit over workers’ compensation benefits against the private company that provided health services for a ... Read More
San Diego, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) - April Spring Kelly admitted in federal court today that she smuggled more than 450,000 fentanyl pills from Mexico into the United States during a nine-month ... Read More
Darien, IL — Basic employer interventions such as educating workers about the importance of sleep and sharing strategies to improve it may result in better sleep habits, increased productivity and ... Read More
One hundred years ago today, the Alabama Senate approved bill 26-1 which, when enacted into law the following month, became what is now known as the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act. Much of the ... Read More
Providence, RI (WorkersCompenstion.com) – Workers’ compensation stakeholders in Rhode Island have a new tool to help prevent unnecessary prescribing of opioids: state law. H5537, which was signed ... Read More
Tapering off long term opioid use is difficult for nearly everyone. There can be a variety of symptoms, none of which are pleasant. While many people display physical symptoms, the majority of injured ... Read More
Delaware - Last week, Governor John Carney (D) signed HB115 into law. Starting January 1, 2021, podiatrists, dentists, doctors, nurses, and optometrists are required to use electronic prescribing for all ... Read More
Screwing Up Workplace Violence Bigly We know that workplace violence has become a very big issue in the world of workers’ compensation. The nation continues to see an uptick in the number of incidents and severity of injuries from this ...