Bruce Burk is an experienced workers' compensation defense attorney located in South Florida. He has also worked in civil litigation and criminal defense, handling more than 40 trials, both jury and non-jury. Burk received his law degree from the University of South Carolina and his bachelor's degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - The Parkland shooting saw one of the most horrific school shootings in the history of the United States. Many of the first responders who arrived on the scene had ... Read More
Ergonomics is the applied science of arranging the work environment so people can interact with it more efficiently and safely. Ergonomics can prevent musculoskeletal disorders to body parts such as the ... Read More
The State of Florida legalized medical marijuana on Nov. 08, 2016 when state voters approved Amendment 2 by more than a 70% vote. However, the Florida Legislature put statute 381.986(15) into law which ... Read More
Just recently, we received news of another school shooting, this time in Kentucky, where two people died and many were injured. It seems every month now we hear of another senseless act of violence. In the ... Read More
2018 has just begun and now is the time when everyone is making their new year’s resolutions. Now is a great time to talk about employee wellness programs while everyone is striving to get healthier ... Read More
Recently, industry expert Peter Rousmaniere explored how artificial intelligence (AI) could work for comp here. Artificial Intelligence is changing the way people work, receive information, and organize ... Read More
A formulary is a list of FDA-approved prescription drugs that an injured worker could be prescribed during treatment for a workers’ compensation injury. Formularies are used in order to save costs, ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Nobody plans to get hurt on the job. However, accidents happen. When they do, injured workers have two choices. First, they could seek medical treatment under their ... Read More
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) is a federal entity which issues guidelines for safety in the workplace. Many people do not know that when they go to their job, OSHA guidelines could ... Read More
Corona QME Charged with Fraud - Keeps License Sacramento, CA - A Corona physician pleaded not guilty to charges of felony workers’ compensation insurance fraud and perjury, and can continue to practice medicine while his case ...