Click here to see $32,526 in donations to buy toys and 39 boxes of actual toys.
That’s the impressive haul assembled this week by the Oakland workers’ compensation community for the 9th Annual ... Read More
You’re missing a great opportunity if you view your defense attorney as a necessary expense rather than an asset to your workers’ compensation program. Employers who partner with their lawyers throughout the ... Read More
Written by: Matt MarriottStarting on December 31, 2017, the North Carolina Industrial Commission will have a permanent Employee Classification Section charged with investigating and punishing employers who ... Read More
After decades of confusion over the issue of paying temporary disability benefits to volunteer firefighters who have no outside jobs, practitioners finally received an answer from the Appellate Division ... Read More
The CMS WCMSA web portal, where Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set Aside submissions are submitted to CMS for review, has alerted users that as of December 11, 2017, CMS will begin using the Table 1: ... Read More
The concept of “maximum medical improvement” (MMI) is an important notion in workers’ compensation claims. This concept is based on the fact that it often triggers the discontinuance of various wage loss ... Read More
NCCI has released its "Summary of Voluntary Loss Cost/Rate Filing Information by State" this week.
This Microsoft® Excel workbook provides the filing status and selected details for recent ... Read More
There are many barriers the claims management team must overcome when seeking to return an employee to work following an injury and disability. These barriers include those posed by the employee. Taking a ... Read More