In April 2019, the Florida First District Court of Appeal decided Falk v. Harris Corp., -- So. 3d --, 1D18-2176 (Fla 1st DCA 2019). The case is relevant as it perhaps answers a question that many have ... Read More
In March 2019, the Florida Supreme Court rendered The Florida Bar v. Vujin, No. SC17-1949. There, the Court accepted the findings of the referee, but declined to adopt the recommended sanction. Instead, ... Read More
NCCI Chief Actuary Kathy Antonello’s presentation on the state of the industry has just too much information for a single post – so here’s three key details.
Private carriers are ... Read More
The U.S. Healthcare market employs approximately 950,000 physicians today. In developing the appropriate treatment plan for their patients, these physicians routinely request diagnostic imaging for their ... Read More
Arizona - Firefighters in Arizona are arguing that cities are breaking the law by denying their cancer claims even after the passage of a 2017 bill expanding cancer presumptions. Under the law, if a ... Read More
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration ... Read More
A woman called my office with a pretty typical sounding work injury. She had been hit in the head by a falling box and sustained a concussion and neck injury. The concussion seems better, but she ... Read More
The (Louisiana) House Labor and Industrial Relations Committee heard several bills last week, two regarding workers’ comp which have already passed through the same Senate Committee.
SB88 by Senator ... Read More
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