Nancy Grover is the Director, Media Services for WorkersCompensation.com. She comes to our company with more than 35 years as a broadcast journalist and communications consultant.
Grover’s specialties include insurance, workers’ compensation, financial services, substance abuse, healthcare and disability. For 12 years she served as the Program Chair of the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo. A journalism/speech graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, Grover also holds an MBA from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – From an explosion in tele-remedies to staged injuries and fraudulent billings, the coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on the workers’ compensation ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Are injuries sustained by employees working from home compensable? Clearly, there are claims that are considered occupational injuries but it’s often ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – One of the biggest enemies to maintaining a normal weight is inactivity. Workers who are overweight or obese statistically have more injuries than those ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Exposure to COVID-19 at medical facilities where injured workers have been sent is prompting some of them in at least one state to file claims for additional ... Read More
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – According to an announcement this week by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – One-quarter of indemnity claims involving shoulder ailments could be prevented, according to new research. A combination of reduced prolonged exposure to ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – If an employee tests positive for the coronavirus, how long should he wait before returning to work? Are employees protected from exposure if they are working ... Read More
The Sturgis Superspreader Event Increasing evidence points to August’s Sturgis motorcycle rally as a major contributor to the big increase in infections throughout the upper midwest.
With 400,000 folks spending days talking, ...