Atlanta, GA /PRNewswire/ — Kenneth F. Martino Jr., chief executive officer of Broadspire, is leaving to accept a leadership position with another organization, Crawford & Company (NYSE: CRDA; ... Read More
Workplace homicides "are not crimes of passion committed by disgruntled coworkers and spouses, but rather result from robberies." And the majority of workplace assaults are committed by healthcare ... Read More
Self-insured employers purchase excess insurance coverage to limit the risk of exposure to catastrophic injuries. This is often accomplished by having a workers compensation policy with a high deductible. ... Read More
An area of concern for many workers’ compensation claimants has to do with returning to work under a fully or light duty release. I always remind my clients about the importance of having a WC-240 ... Read More
Legal fees in litigated workers compensation claims can quickly become a significant part of the overall claim cost. Fortunately, there are some very good ways to control legal cost without having a ... Read More
As you may know, Texas is the only state that allows employers to not subscribe to the Workers’ Compensation system, which means they have chosen to not participate in Work Comp and therefore the ... Read More
Safe Work Australia Chair Tom Phillips recently announced the release of two significant reports on the risks and health effects of printer particle emissions in the workplace. Could this be the next ... Read More
A California roofing contractor was sentenced recently to one year in jail and was ordered to pay $510,000 in restitution for failing to provide workers compensation insurance for an injured employee and ... Read More
COVID's Impact on Work Comp -- Moody's View Moody’s report on the impact of COVID19 on workers’ compensation says stuff I agree with, namely:
Premium dollars will drop.
Rates will drop.
Claim counts will drop.
It also ...