We support Lung Cancer Awareness Month and encourage medical screenings and financial support to find a cure. Early awareness and treatment of the disease at its early stages, when it is most curable, would ... Read More
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is following the lead of the US Department of Labor by encouraging employers to ban cell phone use while operating vehicles. An outright ... Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor announced the availability of a new online toolkit to guide employers through the process for hiring veterans. The free toolkit is designed to assist and educate ... Read More
Ex parte Ray Keith Wood:
On Friday October 29, 2010, the Supreme Court of Alabama handed down a decision concerning retaliatory discharge in a workers' compensation claim.
The employee suffered an ... Read More
In order to avoid any "maifest injustice," the Court that had previously dismissed the Government's case against insurance companies and lawyers for failure to reimburse the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ... Read More
The recent election results confirms that a new approach to handling the century old workers' compensation is needed and that some definite trends are developing.
Washington State: The insurance ... Read More
Trump Proposes Merger of Labor and Education Washington, D.C. (WorkersCompensation.com) – Under a new Trump administration proposal, the same organization that is responsible for “Common Core” will now be responsible for the federal ...