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.
It's hard to believe, I know. In the pure and pristine land of the People's Republic of North Dakota (PRND), where deer and antelope play, and nary a negative thought is uttered, allegations of corruption ... Read More
If your house catches fire in New Hampshire, be sure to clear the ice off your driveway before you call the volunteer fire department. May want to make sure the yard is free of clutter, and tidy up the house ... Read More
It's the kind of thing that can dampen your day; the local equivalent of hearing those frightening words, “Excuse me Mr. Wilson, 60 Minutes is in the lobby, and they have some photos they would ... Read More
A Target employee in New Jersey has been arrested for staging what is called an elaborate scheme to fake a workers' compensation claim. Victoria Colon, 28, of Union City, thought of everything. ... Read More
In 2005 the state of Missouri did something unusual. It removed Occupational Diseases from the realm of workers' compensation, opting instead to let those cases be handled in traditional civil courts. ... Read More
An American Bar Association's Winter Conference has been scheduled for March 8 – 10, 2012, in San Antonio, Texas. It is being sponsored by the Section of Labor and Employment Law (LEL) and ... Read More
Several years ago my wife and I went through a breakfast phase – a phase where she sometimes wanted a fresh doughnut with her morning coffee. It did not happen every day, but when it did, the job of ... Read More
There are three National Football League teams in the state of California, and at a glance they seem to have a terrible safety record – worst in the league. Over 3,700 NFL players have filed ... Read More
Getting Schooled on Texas Subrogation I wrote a post last week entitled, “For Texas Subrogation, the Devil is in the (Policy) Details.” It concerned a Texas Supreme Court Decision where an insurance carrier had attempted to collect ...