John D’Alusio has over 30 years experience in P/C insurance with executive management positions in administration, field operations, and claim technical areas. Mr. D’Alusio has had many articles published in industry periodicals, and is also a contributing author to the LexisNexis published, “Complete Guide to Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance.” He writes a monthly column for Risk & Insurance Magazine and is a quarterly columnist for AMComp Magazine.
I have been absent from these pages for some time. However, given the current state of affairs in the Republic, I thought it was time to weigh in.
I think everyone will admit that 2016 was an ... Read More
It has been a while since I penned a column for this esteemed website, but that doesn't mean I haven't been reading what Bob Wilson and company have been posting and positing. Au contraire, I have ... Read More
As another year comes to an end, the Workers' Compensation industry inevitably looks back over the preceding twelve months and attempts to analyze what has occurred, and what will happen in 2014. Now ... Read More
The impact of the Affordable Care Act is just beginning to be felt. There is anything but a becalmed marketplace that is trying to determine how the law is supposed to operate on a daily basis, and its ... Read More
In the course of being in the property/casualty insurance claims sector, I'm sure everyone has encountered a situation at a party or social gathering where the inevitable inquiry is posed by a guest: ... Read More
A lifelong friend of mine who works in Florida for a city government suffered a workers' compensation injury last year. Fortunately, it wasn't an inherently serious situation; a torn index finger ... Read More
That wily Hank Greenberg. One can always count on him to be in the headlines. The legendary ex-CEO of AIG recently initiated a suit against the federal government claiming that $183 billion dollar bailout ... Read More
In times past claims audits were a stringent requirement in every insurance company, TPA, and self-insured self-administered company. These exercises were essentially claims performance evaluations that ... Read More
Workers' Comp and the Creepy Advance of Technology This morning finds me in New Mexico. My 99-year-old father took a fall last week, and after a brief hospital stay, he has been placed in a nursing center for follow up care. As a result, I made last minute ...