Universal Basic Income is back in the news. A recurrent theme of this blog has been the ever increasing impact of artificial intelligence and robotics. The world of work is changing, and that is affecting us ... Read More
Social isolation is one of the classic symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It’s not necessarily that those affected have no interest in engaging in their normal activities, but the fear ... Read More
If you’ve ever been intrigued by police investigations in TV shows or detective novels, you might want to use that enthusiasm to investigate workplace injuries. Approaching a workers' comp claim ... Read More
Missouri - After a quick process in the House, HB 188 a bill to establish a PDMP in Missouri has stalled out in the Senate. Since passing out of the House back in February, HB 188 failed to move in the ... Read More
Healthcare was the top issue for Independents (and Democrats) before the 2018 midterms.
Notice the emphasis on “Independents”. Dems are going to vote blue, Republicans will vote red, so the ... Read More
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