Most of the shady moves in Illinois workers’ compensation cases happen by insurance companies. They’ll do things like deny your medical benefits without a reason, send a nurse case manager ... Read More
The rising retirement rate is changing the U.S. workforce
The average number of baby boomers who retire from the U.S. work force has been slowly growing over the last 10 years, as the population that ... Read More
A different perspective was recently suggested on the "tipsy coachman." The subject has been in this blog before. See The Role of the Tipsy Coachman (October 2017), Medical Pot Evaluation ... Read More
Hundreds of billions of dollars will be spent on heavy construction and everything that goes into that – steel, aluminum and concrete; wire and cable; glass and pipes; rail cars, track, and ... Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
New heat standard will impact indoor workers
OSHA is working on a heat standard to protect indoor workers without climate-controlled environments ... Read More
The mention of long-haul COVID-19 cases and their impact on the workplace has surged to the top of many discussions — even at the highest levels of government; as of this week, long COVID is now a ... Read More
Under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act, if you are injured on the job you are entitled to reasonable and necessary medical care that is related to your work injury. In other words, getting ... Read More
Ah, yes, roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer where sitting under a shade tree with lemonade and a summer breeze makes you feel fine. Ninety dazzling days or thereabouts for beaches and barbeques, ... Read More
Governor Newsom’s administration appears to be pressuring California Senator Steve Bradford to trim his anti-discrimination bill, SB 788.
SB 788 would prohibit discrimination in apportionment ... Read More
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Trends in the Workers' Compensation Industry Insurance experts and the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) predict the workers’ compensation system will remain strong and resilient despite the uncertainties ...