Bob Wilson is the CEO of WorkersCompensation.com, and author of the award winning blog, "From Bob's Cluttered Desk". Bob is an accomplished presenter for the workers' comp industry, and we are lucky to have him. We don't really believe that, but he is the boss and made us say it.
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I attended the IAIABC Spring Forum in Atlanta for a couple days this week before slipping down to San Antonio for the last days of RIMS. My ... Read More
Sometimes you just have to shake your head. We know workers’ comp can be extremely complicated. It faces complex issues and uncertain outcomes. Sometimes benefits or treatment are denied for a good ... Read More
It is very difficult keeping up with the latest science on healthy behavior. That is largely because the science on healthy behavior never seems to agree with itself. Everywhere we turn there is news of ... Read More
I was somewhat dismayed this week to hear of the announced resignation of Texas Workers’ Compensation Commissioner Ryan Brannan. His scheduled departure at the end of this month is a loss for Texas, as ... Read More
When we talk about inefficient and problematic states in workers’ comp, Kentucky doesn’t normally draw a lot of attention in the conversation. In fact, when we held our series of Workers’ ... Read More
I found out this week that “unsubscribe links,” those cryptic looking tools that allow you remove yourself from an email mailing list or newsletter, are a lot like wet paint signs. If you draw ... Read More
There is a party coming to Dallas, and you won’t want to miss it. Not only will it be a lot of fun, it is for a great cause to boot. How can you not want to be part of that?
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The war on opioids is beginning to show progress, and as we start winning that battle, unexpected skirmishes will undoubtedly arise. Those skirmishes can and will be tragic tributes to man’s ... Read More
The workers’ compensation industry takes its share of bad news; some of it deserved, and some of it not. However, beyond the din of negativity, good things do happen within this industry. Many of us ... Read More