A caller to my office had a really good question about a very frustrating scenario he was in.
He is an industrial painter and does a lot of overhead lifting and work in general. One day, he felt a ... Read More
It is a remarkable coincidence that the three cases that best explain entitlement to permanent partial disability benefits in New Jersey all involve claimants with the last name of Perez. The most ... Read More
A CEO I once worked for used to regularly ask me, “Tell me what I don’t know.” In his view, he could read the Wall Street Journal or any number of other typical sources of intelligence and ... Read More
We are please to announce that Cousineau, Waldhauser, & Kieselbach's Target Corporation team received the highest rating nationally for Workers' Compensation for the fourth quarter of 2018. The team ... Read More
Natalie Lund, Shareholder at Cousineau, Waldhauser, & Kieselbach has been asked to be the defense co-chair for the 2019 Workers’ Compensation Institute on April 24 and 25, 2019, sponsored by Minnesota ... Read More
In 2013, Oxford professors Carl Frey and Michael Osborne published what became a highly read, highly cited and highly criticized study suggesting that machines could replace 47% of America’s jobs over ... Read More
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration ... Read More
If you ever feel that being around a particular person causes you physical angst, you may be on to something. The idea that someone is ‘stressing you out’ is not as farfetched as you may think, ... Read More
CMS Brings MSP Process 'Into the 21st Century' Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Life may get a bit easier for stakeholders who use Medicare’s Secondary Payer Recovery Portal. As of April 1, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ...