An eagerly awaited 2018 report on the future of health care in California fails to mention workers’ compensation at all.
The report, dated March 12, 2018, is under the aegis of University of ... Read More
In 2016, Texas Mutual took a chance on a new way to look at safety – with a 360 degree view through a virtual reality construction training tool. And now, two years later, we're expanding this ... Read More
The 2018 Regular Legislative Session began on March 12th at noon. Several workers’ comp bills have been filed for this Session, including one which would open carriers up to tort liability if they ... Read More
You’ve been warned. You’ve seen the statistics, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) contribute to approximately 30% of all injury deaths.
So we all just need to wear a hard hat whenever there is ... Read More
The Iowa Workers’ Compensation law underwent significant changes last legislative session (2017), going into effect for work-related injuries occurring after July 1, 2017. For a comprehensive summary, ... Read More
A Federal Court decided that it would defer to a New Jersey Judge of Compensation to resolve an underlying issue of compensability in a contractor/sub-contractor claim. In abstaining, the Federal Court ... Read More
The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently released a decision in a case that has far-reaching impacts. In Dittmann v. Aviva Insurance Company of Canada, an Ontario accident benefits claim was presented to the ... Read More
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Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA)
OSHA focuses on rising trench-related ... Read More