Robert Wilson is President & CEO of WorkersCompensation.com, and "From Bob's Cluttered Desk" comes his (often incoherent) thoughts, ramblings, observations and rants - often on workers' comp or employment issues, but occasionally not.
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Truth be told, I wanted to title this article "Getting High with State Fund CEO's", but as best as I could tell, only one state fund CEO showed up to this event. Doesn't seem fair to stick one poor schmo ... Read More
I must say, politicians in Oklahoma are giving me some very juicy quotes of late. Last week I got to opine on a gun law that was apparently needed in that state because a wild turkey scared a state Senator. ... Read More
We have worked closely for a number of years with a group called the National Workers' Compensation Defense Network (NWCDN). We have been an active supporter of their seminars, and they have been a ... Read More
Recent comments on LinkedIn, in response to the Oklahoma gun law article I wrote last week, reminded me of an event from my own past. One of the comments made was related to having to make sure employers had ... Read More
The doctor looked at the X-ray his patient, who had been injured in a car accident, had provided. He did what good doctors should do. He explained the X-ray, and the various bones it showed. He showed her ... Read More
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin recently signed into law SB 1733, a bill designed to allow licensed gun owners to “open carry” their weapons in the state. With that action Oklahoma becomes the 25th ... Read More
The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled today that a deputy sheriff who killed a man in the line of duty was not entitled to workers' compensation benefits, because he essentially did what he was trained ... Read More
A newly announced study in Canada produced some interesting results, determining that people who had recently immigrated to that country, and were over qualified for the jobs they held, were up to five times ... Read More
Recently all 66 recruits at the Memphis Police Training Academy - 100% of the class – filed claims for on the job injuries after undergoing a "bear crawl" exercise in temperatures approaching 100 ... Read More