With the wonder of snowfall come falls and not of the Niagara type. No, we’re talking about the bone breaking, tendon tearing, ligament loosening, and brain bruising kind of fall that happens when a ... Read More
We have a live chat feature on our site and a recent chatter stunned me. She was injured at work and her case was accepted. When she hired a lawyer she was receiving TTD benefits and those benefits never ... Read More
Coworkers can be a challenge. Some time ago, I penned When it Stinks, addressing the workplace use of aromas. That train of thought returned to me when I read Why office noise bothers some people ... Read More
Ohio - A whistleblower has issued a claim against the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) claiming the BWC is overpaying for workers’ compensation claims, and not to the benefit of ... Read More
On December 6, 2019, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released its opinion inJames Brooks v. Austal USA, LLC. The undisputed facts were that while the Complaint was filed prior to the expiration of ... Read More
Each year, as required by Section 1862(b) of the Social Security Act, Medicare must review their costs related to collecting conditional payments. If the cost of recovery is over the amount of the ... Read More
AARP has rather strange positions on drug prices and healthcare costs.
AARP positions itself as an advocate for seniors (and no, while I’m eligible, I’m not a member). The latest PR effort ... Read More
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