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.
Recently the managers of the Workers' Compensation Roundtable on LinkedIn asked the membership what kind of subgroups they would like to see added the group. We received excellent suggestions, and are ... Read More
There are no shortages of conferences for workers' comp, and Lord knows I've been to a few. However, this week I am attending my first event designed for the self insured segment of our industry, ... Read More
I swore to myself that I had written enough this week. I have a real job, with real fake responsibilities. I was done with my blog – really. But then an item crosses my cluttered desk that is, for lack ... Read More
This is just a quick test, to see if you have been paying attention. I am going to quickly review three separate workers' comp claims. Your job is to tell which received benefits, and which ones, if ... Read More
This is quite possibly the first ever, multi-media, interactive thought induction blog post - not just for the industry, but anywhere. In order for you to experience my thoughts as I describe them below, we ... Read More
Last week I wrote an article on breaking the cycle of entitlement, and helping injured workers understand that healing and returning to work, whenever possible, was the best thing for their interests.
The ... Read More
How do we get better? It is a question that can and should be asked at many levels in workers' comp. How do we efficiently manage our workload? How do we improve care for the injured? And perhaps most ... Read More
I just completed a CompTalk Radio interview with Sidney Degan, a New Orleans attorney involved with putting together the June seminar of the National Workers' Compensation Defense Network (NWCDN). The ... Read More
This is a tale of a work related incident gone awry. It may be illegal work, but an on the job injury is an on the job injury. Who am I to judge?
I only had to read the following opening line and my mind ... Read More