Dan, a superintendent at an asphalt plant in Indiana—who had been with his employer for 34 years—suffered a severe injury to his right leg when he tried to loosen some material ... Read More
Hiring unqualified people to fill positions within the workforce is by far one of the biggest mistakes made in maintaining low workers’ comp costs.
The trucking industry and bus drivers for school buses, ... Read More
A new Workers’ Compensation Review Contractor (WCRC) award has been issued by CMS. The new WCRC contract was awarded on September 1st, 2017, to Capitol Bridge, LLC of Arlington, Virginia, a ... Read More
Kennebunkport, Maine. September 13, 2017 – Amaxx, the nation’s leading resource for workers’ compensation cost containment best practices is proud to announce the addition of Jacob Lazarovic, MD as Medical ... Read More
Part of managing your workers’ comp budget is reducing indemnity payments to your injured workers. There are a variety of reasons why some workers may not return to work as soon as they can, such as ... Read More
As I write this blog, it is hard to believe that another catastrophic hurricane is approaching our shores. Like everyone else, I am still trying to grasp what happened in Texas with Hurricane Harvey. I ... Read More
AB 570 is heading to the governor, where it faces a dubious future.
The bill, sponsored by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, is a slimmed down effort to ban gender bias in California workers’ ... Read More