Tesoro filed its appeal recently of the record $2.39 million citation the Washington Department of Labor & Industries issued against the company in the wake of the fatal refinery explosion that killed ... Read More
An area where a lot of employers, workers compensation claim adjusters and even some lawyers get confused is the requirements of HIPAA – the Health Insurance Portability and Availability Act of ... Read More
Gone are the days of mailing the Employer's First Report of an accident to the insurer's claims office. A three or four day delay in starting the claim due to the mail service is not an acceptable claims ... Read More
According to a recently released audit, mismanagement of workers compensation claims in Los Angeles by the City Attorney's Office could be costing taxpayers millions of dollars. (WCxKit) The Daily News ... Read More
The use of Electrical current for successful treatment of various types of pains and injuries has been known since Antiquity. Over the course of Time and presently, devices have been developed which ... Read More
Even companies with the strongest safety programs experience some workers compensation claims. When an injury occurs, the immediate action taken by the employee's supervisor or co-workers has an ... Read More
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What Irritates You in the Office We just came across a survey that was conducted of 1,000 people last year that disclosed what the top ten irritants tend to be for people in the workplace. It turns out that the primary irritant for ...