LexisNexis Podcast Ken Martino July 20, 2009 (edited transcript) On this edition, Ken Martino, President and Chief Executive Officer of Broadspire on third-party administrators and workers' ... Read More
By Stuart D. Colburn, Shareholder, Downs Stanford, PC Access to Information This Fall the Division plans to implement an online program allowing stakeholders access to a variety of statistical ... Read More
By Christopher J. Boggs, Associate Editor, MyNewMarkets.com Illnesses and diseases must first arise out of and be in the course and scope of employment before being considered “occupational.” ... Read More
Attorney Mark Webb will give us his thoughts on the recent decisions by the California Workers Compensation Appeals Board on Almaraz/Guzman and Ogilvie dated September 3, 2009.Mark Webb is Vice ... Read More
By Thomas C. Fitzhugh, III, Fitzhugh, Elliott & Ammerman, P.C., Houston, Texas When the Supreme Court considered the problem of states extending their workers' compensation statutes to injuries ... Read More
On this edition attorney Robert Rassp will give us his thoughts on the recent decisions by the California Workers' Compensation Appeals Board and Almaraz/Guzman and Ogilvie dated September 3, 2009. ... Read More
Asheville, NC (CompNewsNetwork) - One of the hottest topics in Workers' Compensation is the impact of Medicare on Workers' Compensation settlements and the new reporting requirements of Section 111. ... Read More
Asheville, NC (CompNewsNetwork) - Obtaining and using medical information is an area fraught with challenges for employers. Understanding the applicable federal and state laws for each phase of the ... Read More
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