Whitney Teel prepared a chapter in “Workers’ Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis”, 2017 edition. Whitney analyzed the 2017 trends and developments in Minnesota Workers’ Compensation law. The ... Read More
BEST: Standing using a work surface that is 36-42” high (kitchen bar/island, a folding table with risers or counter) provides a good height for working while standing. Standing allows you to ... Read More
Major legislative changes occurred in Iowa effective for all injuries that occur on or after July 1, 2017. Under prior law injured workers were awarded permanency benefits based on loss of earning capacity ... Read More
Is your litigation rate higher than you’d like? Do you know why?
There are myriad reasons injured workers hire attorneys to defend them, but there is often one overarching theme: fear. By taking simple but ... Read More
The Houston area was devastated by Hurricane Harvey this fall. The disaster was personal for Texas Mutual because it affected our own employees and many of the businesses that contribute to Texas’ ... Read More
New Jersey law has very strict procedures for workers’ compensation carriers to follow in subrogation, and failure to comply with those strict rules can mean loss of subrogation rights, as noted ... Read More
It’s the week of our industry’s biggest conference of the year. There will be a lot of great content, but I’m looking forward to these 5 sessions:
The Nordstrom Way: Boosting Injured-Worker ... Read More
Some of the most revered figures in American’s media and entertainment industry have recently been toppled by a wave of sexual harassment allegations.
And those embroiled in this wave of misconduct ... Read More