We've mailed out 53,000 dividend checks to qualifying policyholders as part of our $280 million dividend payout this year. Dividends are an important tradition at Texas Mutual, one that started in ... Read More
The California Supreme Court has rendered a 4-3 decision in Hassell v. Bird (see link to the decision at the bottom of this post). This case may be of interest to attorneys, doctors, insurance ... Read More
Safety programs are important for any business. After all, what is more important than taking care of the people who work for your organization? But often these programs seem so intimidating that ... Read More
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Safety grant applications opened July 2
Texas Mutual is giving away $1.5 million in grants ... Read More
A Philadelphia personal injury firm and its principal recently entered into a settlement agreement with the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to pay a lump sum of $28,000 for repayment ... Read More
The right safety equipment can make all the difference in preventing workplace injuries and even fatalities. That's why we're awarding hundreds of policyholders with grants this summer.
Our safety grant ... Read More
Patrick Malone began working for the Pennsauken Board of Education in 2007 as a custodian. He said he would sweep floors, take out the trash, clean the blackboards and desktops, remove gum and shoe ... Read More
Governor Brown has finally filled one of the open slots on California’s Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board.
However, in a move that has puzzled many in the industry, the nod went to an apparent ... Read More
A judge of compensation must include in its decision the reasonable basis for reaching a conclusion.
The New Jersey Appellate Court, in a per curium, unreported ruling, reversed the decision of a ... Read More