Legal Update by Attorneys Alison Stewart andNick CoolingA new electronic filing system has been implemented beginning July 22, 2019. The new system is known as Workers’ Compensation Electronic System, or ... Read More
H&W New York Workers' Compensation Defense Newsletter Vol. 3, Issue 8Board Enacts Prescription Drug Formulary – Effective 6/5/19!Appellate Division Rules that PPD Claimant not attached to Labor ... Read More
Settling workers’ compensation cases is an important part of being a proactive and effective member of the claims management team. It also allows interested stakeholders to concentrate their ... Read More
Each year over 200,000 employees are injured and hundreds die from falls from heights and falls to the same level. OSHA’s final rule on Walking Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection focuses on ... Read More
You don’t expect to be hurt on the job. Trainings, safety procedures, and a strong company focus on wellness are all efforts that company’s count on to keep their employees safe and out of harms ... Read More
I was surprised recently to learn a 20 year Worker’s Compensation professional did not remember the "pony express," at least not in the workers' compensation context. In the course of a casual ... Read More
When an individual suffers a workplace injury, as workers’ compensation professionals, we work to put them on a path to recovery. But we all know even the most well thought out plan can go awry. Here ... Read More
What will be the full impact for building certifiers and fire engineers as Australian insurance providers depart the professional indemnity market?
Recently Australian underwriters and insurers have decided ... Read More
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