Membership in the AWCO offers a number of professional and social opportunities annually to interact with other workers' compensation professionals. The highlight of the year is the annual AWCO ... Read More
Suddenly, everybody’s out to get Pharmacy Benefit Managers, or PBMs. CMS, state legislatures, state Medicaid officials, a boatload of experts and even Donald Trump, who appears to actually and ... Read More
Ombudsmen Patricia Fraley and Ted Roose plan to continue to keep regular office hours on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month from 9-12 and 1-3 for anyone who wants to submit a settlement for their ... Read More
No less inventive than the pleadings in the prior entry is the basis for a lawsuit filed by a group of injured workers against the Texas Division, claiming that a designated doctor’s ability to assign ... Read More
Of the twenty-one original defendants indicted in the Forest Park bribery and kickback scheme in 2016, ten remain scheduled to appear in federal court in Dallas. Among them is Royce Bicklein, noted ... Read More
The Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation, adopted a new rule, 28 TAC §140.9, which took effect on January 7, 2019, requiring that parties seeking to reset, reschedule, ... Read More
Several of Texas Division’s Administrative Law Judges are relocating to new offices, while others are either leaving for good or returning for more.
Just last October, Judge Geri-Lyn Thomas left the ... Read More
Subrogation in Workers' Compensation Claims Sarasota, FL (workersCompensation.com) - When a workers’ compensation accident happens, one of the first things which is relevant in the claim is whether or not there is any subrogation potential. It ...