Guest Blog by John B. Boyd
â€śThe only thing new under the sun is the history which you donâ€™t know.â€ť Harry S Truman
I am amazed at the number of Republicans and Democrats who love to credit our ... Read More
A culture of staff bullying and victimization has taken root at British Airways (BA), a new report by Unite, the largest union in the country, has revealed. Unite is calling for an immediate meeting with ... Read More
Montana's House of Representatives has given the go-ahead to legislation that would ban illegal immigrants from receiving workers compensation benefits.
According to BusinessInsurance.com, in a 69-31 ... Read More
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Did you (or a family member) participate in the rescue, recovery or ... Read More
A group of about 50 employers, insurance carriers and vendors have formed a coalition to endorse legislation (H.R.1063) introduced this week that would ease reporting requirements and reimbursement ... Read More
A company on top of its workers compensation costs implements Account Servicing Instructions (ASIs). Without them managing claims and litigation is nearly impossible.
Also known as account instructions, ... Read More
The University of Notre Dame has been fined $77,500 for ignoring industry standards that could have prevented the death of a football team videographer who died last year after the hydraulic lift he was ... Read More
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Lack of Passenger Seat Belts Remains Safety Hazard Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - The recent fatal bus crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike that killed five and injured 60 has safety officials concerned about the lack of seat belts on older ...