As our nation moves towards an end to this deadly pandemic, we continue to be faced with another epidemic in the form of distracted driving. But hope springs eternal with April designated as National ... Read More
By reading adjudicated workers compensation fraud case histories, reviewing state statistics for investigations, prosecutions, restitutions, fines, and imprisonments it quickly becomes clear that the ... Read More
The Benefits of a Return to Work Program
A Return to Work Program (RTW) can be a win-win situation for employees and employers alike. Before injuries even occur, employers can share the benefits ... Read More
The Colorado Court of Appeals rendered an interesting decision in March 2020: Kerry Fisher, v. Industrial Claim Appeals Office of the State of Colorado and State of Colorado Department of ... Read More
Feeling stressed? You are not alone.
Whether you’re scrambling for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, paying for that unexpected car repair, or assisting your fifth grader with division, life can be ... Read More
Last week, the Tennessee Supreme Court issued an order declining to review a case where a Special Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel had adopted an Appeals Board opinion in whole.
The high ... Read More
There’s been a lot of buzz about corporate wellness programs lately, with many studies confirming the success of these programs. Optum Health* found that 80% of employers expect their health ... Read More
April 7 marked the annual celebration of World Health Day. From its inception at the First Health Assembly in 1948 and each year since taking effect in 1950, the globally recognized day has aimed to create ... Read More
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