Plaintiff Elmer Branch brought a putative class action against his employer, defendant Cream-O-Land Dairy, on behalf of himself and similarly situated truck drivers employed by defendant, for payment of ... Read More
Workers Comp COVID-19 Vaccination Claims – Who’s on First?
Today, I decided to check on how Workers Comp COVID-19 vaccination claims are being handled by claims adjusters. Most of the adjusters ... Read More
The first supply of the COVID-19 vaccination started to be distributed across the country in mid-December. Healthcare personnel, front-line workers and nursing home residents received their vaccines in the ... Read More
Time and again, trials come down to documentation. A witness will usually testify as to the onset of symptoms, presentation for medical care, and the history and complaints described to nurses, physician's ... Read More
The process of understanding and completing OSHA’s work-related injuries and illness forms 300, 300A, and 301 can confuse even the most seasoned safety professional. Recent Safety Net posts discussed ... Read More
The Safeguarding Tomorrow through Ongoing Risk Mitigation (STORM) Act was signed into law on Jan. 1, providing a $200 million revolving loan fund through which the Federal Emergency ... Read More
Recently we sat down with a number of Coventry leaders and asked them what’s on their minds as we begin the new year. More than one joked about how 2020 seemed to never end and several were ... Read More
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Two Employees Shot In Separate Incidents Belleville, IL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Two employees were shot in separate incidents this week, adding to an already violent year in worker deaths.
Officials with the Major Case Squad of Greater ...