We’re in the 2018 legislative home stretch, as the session will end in the next couple days.
As of late yesterday many of the workers’ comp bills were still awaiting final action, although ... Read More
At Texas Mutual, customer experience is at the heart of everything we do. As a policyholder-owned company, we have a deep responsibility to our customers to make doing business with us easier.
We ... Read More
NJ Governor Phil Murphy has signed into law legislation that increases counsel fees in Workers' Compensation claims. The law requires the assessment of counsel fees on all offers and tenders made ... Read More
Welcome to this month’s edition of Comp Medical News. Marijuana, standing desks, opioids, and depression are your headlines for August 2018.
Rival Pharmaceutical Companies Capitalize on OxyContin ... Read More
The California Supreme Court has now issued a decision in the closely watched case King v. CompPartners (see link to the decision below).
In its decision the California Supreme Court finds that ... Read More
The New Jersey Supreme Court has adopted a new evidentiary standard to evaluate the admissibility of scientific evidence. While expanding the guidelines to consider Daubert factors in determining the ... Read More
Attorney involvement has been steadily driving up workers’ compensation claims costs over the past decade, and research reveals the problem has never been worse. For example, in 2014, the California ... Read More