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.
Lewis v. Boom Boom Room and South Carolina Uninsured Employers' Fund, Opinion 5032 S.C. (2012). The intrepid CEO of WorkersCompensation.com wrote about this incident in early September when a SC appeal ... Read More
The insurance industry has been bemoaning inadequate rates for the last several years. However, with the nation's fragile economy, rate hardening was seen as impossible without a significant loss of ... Read More
The old aphorism goes, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” That saying is probably never more accurate than when attending a conference such as the annual FWCI gathering in ... Read More
I have studied leadership for many years, in an attempt to intellectually understand what constitutes the essential qualities of an effective leader. Personal observation has also informed my quest to assay ... Read More
WC is statutorily required in all states (except Texas, where an employer can opt out of the system and take their chances under common law when an employee is injured). So how can there be so many E&O ... Read More
As I was preparing to write a blog for this website last week, I received unexpected and tragic personal news. My best friend had succumbed to complications from multiple myeloma (blood plasma cancer) after ... Read More
There has been major emphasis over the last decade in the WC industry, and indeed in healthcare in general, on hospitalizations, pharmaceutical spend, and diagnostic testing. Naturally, this has taken shape ... Read More
Arthur Larson, the late, great academic of Workers Compensation law from Duke University is probably turning over in his grave. How can a statutorily required line of line of insurance that comprises almost ... Read More
If you have been keeping up with recent developments, you no doubt have read about the fact that AIG is paying out $596 million to settle two court actions. The first involves $146 million to various states ... Read More
The Silly Season of Legislative Spring Well, the new year is here, and spring is just around the corner. We all know what that means. Legislative activity is in full bloom around the nation. Unlike mother nature’s springtime, which brings ...