One of the more popular articles published recently covered the workers comp accident management by the restaurant manager of a slip-and-fall accident by a waitperson. The article went viral, well, ... Read More
New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced a historic proposed $26 billion agreement that will help deliver desperately needed relief to communities across New York and the rest of the nation ... Read More
I came into law school from a rather non-traditional background; I have a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and a master’s in epidemiology, and I am a self-proclaimed infectious disease nerd. I ... Read More
One of the top issues in work comp pharmacy – heck in all pharmacy – is transparency.
More than half of the 27 respondents to our latest Survey pf pharmacy management in workers’ comp want ... Read More
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), announced the availability of an estimated $103 million in American Rescue Plan ... Read More
A long time ago, I was peripherally involved in a workers' compensation case that was in turn part of a civil case involving product liability and negligence. I was a very young lawyer and found myself in a ... Read More
In North America, 20% of the snake population is venomous. A snake bite by a venomous species may lead to severe injury and sometimes, even death. Apart from learning and understanding more about ... Read More
The Sounding Board recently met with Kate Farley-Agee, our Vice President of Network Products at Coventry, and Tammy Bradly, our Vice President of Clinical Product Development, to talk about the long-term ... Read More
If you are hurt while working on the job, the first and best piece of advice I give is to go to a doctor. It doesn’t require a law degree to tell people that. It’s mostly common sense. If you are ... Read More
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