Monitoring the health of individuals involved in dusty work is intended to provide assurance to the worker that ongoing exposure controls are adequate. Recognition of minor health abnormalities serves as an ... Read More
Since WWII, many new programs, state and federal, regulating disability have been added to workers compensation. In some states, short term disability is required for most businesses. All ... Read More
By Thomas A. Robinson In what will undoubtedly become a permanent part of its yearly offerings, the National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference, at its 19th annual event held November ... Read More
By Cassandra Roberts Chief Hearing Officer Chris Baum tells me that this release was timed to coincide with the case discussed in my last post, Jesus Silva-Garcia v. City Window Cleaning [see ... Read More
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