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.
Arlington, VA (WorkersCompensation.com) – The U.S. government is saving it to the Cloud.
DRT, a technology and strategy agency based out of Virginia, has been awarded a very significant contract. For ... Read More
Columbus, OH and Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) — Both cities are seeing some change in different insurance organizations.
OHIO: Since Jillian E. Froment was sworn in April 1 as director of ... Read More
California (WorkersCompensation.com) – The juxtaposition of the largest workers’ compensation settlement in the state with the California Department of Insurance considering a rate reduction ... Read More
Des Moines, IA (WorkersCompensation.com) - The nationwide noise Iowa made in the last few months with its new workers' compensation legislation has finally ended.
Our news center began its coverage of HB ... Read More
Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Florida Legislation that further defines workers’ compensation and transportation network companies (TNCs), seems to not be stopping on its way to ... Read More
The stats on injured workers and opioid abuse are rising as you read this report.
This week alone, WorkersCompensation.com has addressed the public plague of opioid abuse through the eyes of industry ... Read More
(WorkersCompensation.com) – National attention paid to the opioid epidemic and the injured worker is increasing, and according to statistics, is now a necessity.
With statistics like pharmacy costs ... 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 ...