Written by: Bruce Hamilton and Courtney BrittIndustrial Commission Executive Secretary Meredith Henderson announced this week that beginning Monday, September 18, 2017, the Commission will no longer accept ... Read More
The workers’ compensation landscape is filled with pitfalls that can trap the uninformed. In addition to the many procedure hurdles presented under a workers’ compensation act, other challenges including ... Read More
Article republished from a previous post.
Everyone remembers where they were the when they learned the World Trade Center crumbled to the ground. I was scooping ice cream at the Mansfield Center General ... Read More
A close partnership between an injured employee, his employer, and the company’s workers compensation insurer helped the individual fully recover following a violent workplace robbery.
A VIOLENT ... Read More
Rachel enjoyed gardening and canning vegetables. She enjoyed cooking, taking walks and spending time with her grandchildren. After she was injured at work, she was optimistic about making a speedy recovery. ... Read More
Occupational psychiatric claims, like all occupational claims, must be filed within time or be subject to the statute of limitations defense. The challenge is always whether the employer can prove that ... Read More
The Department is proposing repeals, amendments, and a new rule, which would result in the adoption of a new Code of Conduct for Judges of Compensation (Code). The proposed adoption of a new ... Read More
LCTA Workers’ Comp (LCTA) announced this week that it is continuing its growth strategy with the acquisition of Risk Management Resources and the creation of a new subsidiary, LCTA Specialty ... Read More