I’ve kept this blog going for over ten years because I like helping the general public get educated on Illinois workers’ compensation laws. One thing I try to do is not give cookie cutter posts, ... Read More
Workers Comp Content – Are We Just Recycling The Same Subjects?
Creating new and interesting Workers Comp content becomes more of a challenge with every article. Google dislikes repetitive content. I ... Read More
Division on Civil Rights (DCR) Releases Corresponding Report Following Three Public Hearings Held by DCR and the New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NJCASA) in September 2019
Governor Phil Murphy ... Read More
House Bill (HB) 1147 was filed January 7, 2020 by Representative Payne. A similar Senate Bill (SB) 1882 was filed January 13, 2020 by Senator Lee. Those who are familiar with the Florida Legislative process ... Read More
February 2020Tennessee Appeals Board Finds “Could Be” Medical Testimony Insufficient to Establish CausationPrior to 2014, the compensability of Tennessee workers’ compensation injuries was frequently ... Read More
CIVIL MONETARY PENALTIES
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released its long-awaited Section 111 civil monetary penalties (CMPs) Proposed Rule, which specifies how and when CMS ... Read More
OSHA’s recordkeeping season has officially begun. This means it’s time for businesses across the country to post and electronically report their Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, ... Read More
As a safety management consultant, the prize is always injury prevention. No one wants to be hurt, and no one tries to be hurt. Yet this year there will be millions of people hurt at work, while driving, or ... Read More
Reality is, switching to a government-run and administered healthcare system would crush the economy – because millions would lose their jobs.
There are 22 million jobs in the US healthcare and ... Read More
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