These are times of stress. Stress in the Time of COVID begins to address that reality. There is a need in such times to understand stress and the effects it can have on us both physically and ... Read More
Why use antidepressants to treat pain? The nation’s focus on the ongoing opioid epidemic and stricter guidelines on opioid prescribing has led to an increased utilization of non-opioid pain treatments ... Read More
As many Texans suddenly find themselves working from home during the coronavirus outbreak, it is likely that most people don’t have the same type of workstation in their homes as they do at the office. ... Read More
On March 18, 2020, Governor Cuomo signed emergency legislation guaranteeing job protection and pay for New Yorkers who have been quarantined as a result of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. The law ... Read More
QME evaluations are part of the essential plumbing of the California workers’ comp system. If that plumbing gets too backed up, we have a major mess on our hands.
COVID virus is wreaking havoc on our ... Read More
This Mini-Guide For Workers Comp Webinars Will Save You Headaches Later
My IT background made me think of creating a Mini -Guide to Workers Comp Webinars. You can use this as preparation for ... Read More
March 19, 2020 marked the first day of spring, the season of rebirth. This year, with the outbreak of COVID-19 top of mind for the entire U.S. population, it’s more important than ever to take the ... Read More
Emergency Order 20-EO-03 COVID-19 State of Emergency - West Virgnia Workers' Compensation Insurance In Emergency Order 20-EO-03, entered March 23, 2020, Insurance Commissioner Dodrill ordered that normal ... Read More
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