Went bike-packing last week in the wilds of Pennsylvania and Maryland – had a great time off the grid, camping out, solving world problems around the fire at night.
Alas the world just created ... Read More
Abbie Hudgens, Administrator of the Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, announced this week that she has reappointed seven judges to the Court of Workers’ Compensation Claims. They ... Read More
When a person who is not familiar with the vocabulary of workers’ compensation reads a claims report or the adjuster file notes, it can be similar to trying to read a foreign language. There are many ... Read More
Older workers are an integral part of the workforce; however, these individuals have been hit very hard by the coronavirus (COVID-19). People aged 65-84 have accounted for nearly 42% of the COVID-19 ... Read More
If you follow the news, and lord knows I wish I did a little less than I do, you’ve heard the term Covid waiver. The President had a rally in Tulsa and required people to waive their right to sue ... Read More
The days of lath and plaster wall construction have pretty much been replaced with wallboard applied over stud walls of wood or steel. Old plaster typically contained horsehair and in some applications ... Read More
In the summer of 1918, during the first wave of the Spanish Flu pandemic, American troops were at war in Europe’s killing fields. That was when Philadelphia officials decided they would hold a massive ... Read More
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