Workers Comp Claims Pandemic Data – Running With 1/4 In The Tank
I recently brought this up in a Zoom(r) meeting. A potential client wanted me to assist in building a Workers Comp claims pandemic ... Read More
Workers in the claims profession and also on the employer side will often only think of claims as costs of wage loss and medical exposure. It is true that those costs are the ones on the surface. The injured ... Read More
I’ve had several conversations with claims and managed care folks over the last few months about measuring performance, outcome metrics vs process metrics, and the challenges of data collection, ... Read More
Our lives may be complicated, but safe driving is simple.
We all know distraction behind the wheel is a safety hazard. We see it every day. On a typical day, more than 700 people are injured in distracted ... Read More
The owner of the company is also an employee. Sometimes they are suits sitting in an office and other times they are in the thick of things with their workers. Inevitably, they will also get hurt, especially ... Read More
A number of workplace-related items are making waves this week. The indication from the White House that President Biden will nominate Doug Parker as the Assistant Secretary of Labor to ... Read More
A 2020 decision by the Florida First District Court reminds us of various realities in our modern world. Bailey v. State of Florida, No. 1D18-4514, 45 Fla. L. Weekly D2559 (Fla. 1st DCA 2020). The ... Read More
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Employees Attacked at Work in Separate Incidents Salt Lake City, UT (WorkersCompensation.com) – In what has become an all-too-common occurrence, workers just doing their jobs were attacked by customers last week in separate incidents.
In Salt Lake ...