In every workers’ compensation trial both parties believe passionately in their position, but in the end, one party will prevail and one will lose. Inevitably, the losing party will have to consider ... Read More
OSHA issued a new memorandum that is intended to clarify its stance on drug testing in relation to workplace accidents.
Back in 2016, the agency issued guidance that warned employers that using ... Read More
Claim frequency is a term often discussed in workers compensation (WC) circles. For many years, NCCI has reported on the long-term decline in claim frequency, citing automation, robotics, and continued ... Read More
David Rollins worked for Amtrak for 23 years until August 2015 as a supervisor in North Brunswick, N.J. overseeing 20 employees performing track maintenance. His normal supervisor went on vacation, and ... Read More
An employer owes a duty of care to an employee’s family member who alleges exposure to asbestos from the work clothes of an employee, where the family member alleges the employer’s negligence ... Read More