Patrick Malone began working for the Pennsauken Board of Education in 2007 as a custodian. He said he would sweep floors, take out the trash, clean the blackboards and desktops, remove gum and shoe ... Read More
Governor Brown has finally filled one of the open slots on California’s Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board.
However, in a move that has puzzled many in the industry, the nod went to an apparent ... Read More
A judge of compensation must include in its decision the reasonable basis for reaching a conclusion.
The New Jersey Appellate Court, in a per curium, unreported ruling, reversed the decision of a ... Read More
In this most recent case, Dr. Vanderwerff, with whom some of you may already be familiar, argued that he was entitled to payment from Travelers because its network provider list was given to the claimant by ... Read More
Why is it that in 2012 84% of Designated Doctors were medical or osteopathic doctors, and only 16% chiropractors, but by 2017 the number of medical and osteopathic doctors serving dropped to 34%? The ... Read More
The law has been settled for years that a waiver of subrogation endorsement contained in many insurance policies effects a waiver of a workers’ compensation carrier’s right to get reimbursement from 3rd ... Read More
As a reminder to us that disability and entitlement to TIBs can be different questions when a bona fide offer of employment (BFOE) is at issue, the Appeals Panel recently gave guidance and a caution to those ... Read More
Workforce Wellbeing: Bridging Health and Productivity The wellbeing of our workforces is vitally important because it impacts both the top- and bottom-line performance of an organization. Programs that focus equally on the personal health of employees and their ...