Author Angela Underwood has worked as a reporter, feature writer and editor for more than a decade. Her prior roles as Municipal Beat Correspondent with Gannett and Public Information Officer for Toms Rivers government in New Jersey have given her experience on both sides of the political and media fences, making her passionate about policy and the public’s right-to-know.
San Bernardino, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) - Deputy District Attorney Scott Byrd said California is one of the utmost stringent and expensive employers among the states, making it one of the most ... Read More
Albany, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – Recent coverage shows that a minimum of 194 days, on average, is the amount of time that a Youth Development Aid takes on workers’ compensation leave at New ... Read More
Harrisburg, PA (WorkersCompensation.com) - The 2015 Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania Protz v Workers’ Compensation Appeal Derry Area School District board ruling is just as much a matter of ... Read More
Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – The California Commissioner of Insurance David Jones has recommended to lower the advisory pure premium rate mid-year.
No carrier has to implement the ... Read More
Orlando, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - For the first time ever, the Annual Insurance Symposium (AIS) sold out this year.
The annual event, hosted by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI), ... Read More
Madison, WI (WorkersCompensation.com) – There seems to be some negative energy brewing in the Wisconsin labor world.
Gov. Scott Walker proposed that the government should oversee workers’ ... Read More
Birmingham, AL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Since striking down the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act as unconstitutional last week, Jefferson County Judge Pat Ballard has now ordered a stay.
Industry ... Read More
Bowling for Workers' Comp Dollars Quite often here in the Cluttered Desk we relay stories of abject stupidity, either for an action that caused a needless injury, a legislative effort that makes no sense, or a court decision that boggles the ...