In Montana, the state supreme court upheld a Workers' Compensation Court ruling that a man who was mauled while feeding the bears at a local tourist attraction is eligible for workers' compensation ... Read More
A Florida lawsuit alleges that lack of machine guarding left an employee disfigured.
The Orlando Sentinel reports, Edgardo Toucet Echevarria, 44, filed a lawsuit against Future Foam Carpet ... Read More
Thirteen people from eight New York counties have been arrested on charges that they cheated New York's workers compensation system, often by working side jobs while collecting benefits for injuries they ... Read More
I interviewed Christie Luke, VP of Operations, Gould & Lamb, Bradenton, FL about Custodial Administration Arrangements for Medicare Set-Asides. Not being an expert in this area, I asked her ... Read More
Guest Blog by Thomas M. Domer
Iâ€™ve received dozens of emails and phone calls from friends and colleagues railing on the Montana court ruling granting workersâ€™ comp benefits to a man high on pot ... Read More
Self-insured employers face an issue that employers with insurance through a workers compensation insurance carrier do not have – the selection of the best possible defense attorneys. When an ... Read More
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