Specialized industries often come with greater or unique injury risks for the workers who power them, especially when their work involves high levels of exertion, large equipment, and skilled movement. For ... Read More
With Covid finally under control, the airline industry is booming. The last year has had people on edge and also emboldened some people to behave like assholes. As a result, passenger problems on ... Read More
COVID-19 and Retail Workplace Violence
Retail workers were prime targets for complaints as businesses reopened with social distancing and mask mandates after the COVID-19 shutdowns. Videos of the ... Read More
How will the pandemic of 2020 end? Well, it won't end in 2020, that much we know for certain. Beyond that, there is a lot of discussion. From the standpoint of the Florida OJCC, we remain open and ... Read More
Being a workers’ compensation mediator is an extremely rewarding job. Mediators help employers, employees, and insurers resolve disputes that impact lives, businesses and careers.
Mediators also ... Read More
Prior authorizations – aka 1-800 NURSE MAY I – are either an absolute necessity if you are a healthplan or a complete waste of time and money and affront to the medical profession if you’re ... Read More
The State of California is taking decisive action to combat the spread of COVID-19 and protect vulnerable communities – implementing a first-in-the-nation standard to require all state workers and ... Read More
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Trends in the Workers' Compensation Industry Insurance experts and the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) predict the workers’ compensation system will remain strong and resilient despite the uncertainties ...