H&W New York Workers' Compensation Defense Newsletter Vol. 5, Issue 29/24/20 Webinar from H&W LLP: New York Medical Treatment Guidelines and Drug Formulary UpdateOn September 24th, our partner Renee ... Read More
On Monday, September 14, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed S2380 dealing with COVID-19 and essential workers in respect to workers’ compensation benefits. The bill was signed on the very last day ... Read More
Legal Update by Attorneys Nicholas Cooling & Alison Stewart and Law Clerk Jordan Gehlhaar On July 30, 2020, Workers’ Compensation Commissioner Joseph Cortese II issued an appeal decision in Martinez v. ... Read More
In the past few decades, most people have experienced a rapidly growing awareness of global issues and an increased sense of sharing of sociocultural experience. This has been largely due to increased ... Read More
Data Shows Urban Dwellers Are Moving to the Suburbs During the COVID-19 Pandemic – How Does This Demographic Shift Impact Businesses?
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit urban centers throughout the country ... Read More
This week, NJ Governor Patrick Murphy signed legislation enacting sweeping measures to provide workers’ compensation benefits to essential workers who contract coronavirus [COVID-19] and provides ... Read More
Texas Mutual’s fraud-fighting team identifies $6.4 million in fraud in 2019
In 2019, we received 2,925 referrals and estimate our work helped prevent over $3.4 million in fraud.
Claimant fraud ... Read More
Legal Update by Attorney Alison Stewart and Law Clerk Jordan Gehlhaar On July 30, 2020, Workers’ Compensation Commissioner Joseph Cortese II issued an appeal decision in Martinez v. Palvich, Inc. & National ... Read More
Tumwater, WA (WorkersCompensation.com) - The state Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) is proposing no increase in the average price employers pay for workers’ compensation insurance next ... Read More
Worker Killed Filling Potholes St. Clair Shores, MI (WorkersCompensation.com) – The driver of a car that struck and killed a construction worker earlier this week has turned himself into authorities.
Officials said that Zach ...