You want to make sure your injured workers get the benefits they need to recover and get back to work. At the same time, you don’t want to waste money on a claim unrelated to the workplace. That can be ... Read More
Antoine’s Restaurant, a quintessential landmark of the New Orleans dining scene for tourists and locals alike, has started a new initiative to combat drug and alcohol abuse among its employees and ... Read More
Focusing on generics instead of brand name drugs, and in-network pharmacies instead of third-party billers are among the ways payers can help reduce their workers’ compensation costs while still ensuring ... Read More
The devastation caused by hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria underscores the seriousness of these storms. The loss of life and severe damage to structures can easily occur.
Employers should never take the ... Read More
In the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, convoys of electricians, construction workers, arborists, and other recovery teams are pouring into Texas, Florida, and other regions. Each natural ... Read More
A lawsuit has been filed in Los Angeles challenging the Division of Workers’ Compensation policies and procedures for re-certifying QMEs (see link to the actual pleadings here).
What’s the ... Read More