Back in February 2020 (seems like years ago), NBC News reported on a vaccination story. It centered on "Facebook groups that routinely traffic in anti-vaccination propaganda." This effort, the news ... Read More
We walk by fire extinguishers daily and probably don’t give them much thought. If the time ever comes that we need an extinguisher, it would be great to know where it is and what its capabilities ... Read More
Every employer faces the reality that they could be the target of cybersecurity attacks or data breaches, which can jeopardize their credibility and cost thousands of dollars (or more) in damages. By ... Read More
On Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at 10:00 am (CST) a panel of experienced workers’ compensation defense attorneys representing different states will present a timely and comprehensive webinar entitled: Pandemonium ... Read More
Members of the claim management team should be empowered to engaged injured employees, even when they are represented by an attorney, to try and settle workers’ compensation claims. This includes using ... Read More
A few years ago, due to a significant increase in motion practice in the Court of Workers’ Compensation Claims, we established rules for dispositive and non-dispositive motions to give practitioners ... Read More
It’s hard to think about given our current environment, but it's important to remember just the same: Storm season is here. Hurricane season typically runs from early June through the end of November; ... Read More
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COVID's Impact on Work Comp -- Moody's View Moody’s report on the impact of COVID19 on workers’ compensation says stuff I agree with, namely:
Premium dollars will drop.
Rates will drop.
Claim counts will drop.
It also ...