Zoom has made the news more than a few times since the onset of COVID-19. The platform is beneficial because it is free, easy to use (with restrictions), and functional. However, there have been instances in ... Read More
In a Notice to Bar dated June 4, 2020, the NJ Division of Workers' Compensation announced additional statewide steps by the New Jersey Division of Workers’ Compensation to address the ongoing COVID-19 ... Read More
Respiratory illnesses and other germs can spread very quickly within a community, and this is especially true in the workplace. Viruses are spread through coughing, sneezing, touching objects with ... Read More
Virginia - The Virginia Insurance Commission posted new rules that will help implement HB 46 beginning July 1. Under the new law, employers are required to notify workers within 30 days if they intend ... Read More
The NJ Supreme Court decided an asbestos product liability case that mandates strict liability against manufacturers or distributors of products that contain asbestos-fiber. The court in granting strict ... Read More
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released a notice indicating it will be adding enhanced functionality to its Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (MSPRP). Starting July ... Read More
Hazards in the healthcare system seem to be multiplying every day. Notwithstanding the current pandemic exposures, the top three hazards which account for the most injuries are ergonomic hazards such as ... Read More
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