In a year that have given us a global pandemic, violent demonstrations and protests, wildfires, locust swarms, murder hornets, and devastating hurricanes, it is appropriate that the Alabama Workers’ ... Read More
The coronavirus pandemic has led to stressful situations for individuals and communities around the globe. Quarantining for months on end, worrying about the health and safety of family members, ... Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited CarePlus Bergen Inc., doing business as Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, for violating respiratory ... Read More
Not breaking news, but COVID-19 is impacting us all.
Everyone is familiar with various intrusions of COVID-19/Sars-CoV-2. There are mask requirements, restaurant closures, videoconferences, social ... Read More
This blog occasionally departs from the workers' compensation specific and focuses upon the law. Other times, it narrows the focus to those we entrust with the law. Recent Examples are The New Miranda ... Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
OSHA announces COVID-19-related citations
OSHA recently issued citations to several companies across the U.S. for failing to protect workers from ... Read More
Hard Workers Comp Markets – Two of the Reasons Not Discussed That Often
The hard workers comp markets usually occur when the suppliers (carriers) cut the supply of insurance to (demand) employers. I ... Read More
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