WE’RE NOT LANDING IN CHICAGO
Six bucks says we are. The Transportation Safety Administration estimated 6.8 million travelers passed through screening checkpoints in U.S. airports leading up ... Read More
As defined, a duty to warn is a concept that arises in the law of torts in several circumstances, indicating that a party will be held liable for bodily injuries and/or property damage caused to ... Read More
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released its 2021 low dollar threshold via a new alert. CMS is required to publish an annual low dollar threshold amount according to Section 202 ... Read More
Workforce health continues to be focus of concern by the Biden-Harris Transition team. President-elect Joe Biden announced new members of the Transition COVID-19 Advisory Board.
The team of leading ... Read More
A trial court can’t award permanent partial disability benefits for an impairment rating where part of that rating is attributable to a non-work-related condition.
So held the Appeals Board last week, ... Read More
The litigation environment for COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 in Florida has not evolved much recently. The latest litigation statistics from mid-November 2020 do not reflect a significant volume of such claims are ... Read More
Please find below a summary of recent announcements from CMS.
Medicare Conditional Payment Appeals In follow-up to its September 2020 webinar on Medicare conditional payment appeals through the ... Read More
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Home for the Holidays WE’RE NOT LANDING IN CHICAGO
Six bucks says we are. The Transportation Safety Administration estimated 6.8 million travelers passed through screening checkpoints in U.S. airports leading up ...