With apologies to Jerry Seinfeld, what’s the deal with acronyms?
I mean, are we so busy that we can’t say we live in the United States? Do we really save time by saying we live in the U.S. of ... Read More
Breaking news! Ignoring your problems will not make them go away. Who knew? (Sarcasm, sorry). The headline from a June article in The Florida Bar News' "Ignoring Cybersecurity Puts You and Your Clients at ... Read More
Nonprofit organizations are known for helping those in need and giving back to their communities. A nonprofit serves the public by offering goods, services or a combination of the two to further a ... Read More
In an effort to expand consumer access to immunization records, a new app from the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) makes it easier for individuals and families vaccinated in the state to access their ... Read More
The Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act provides for a bunch of benefits that have to be provided and one benefit that can be provided but doesn’t have to.
In simpler terms, if you are hurt at ... Read More
Building on his commitment to making sure that workers and employers in New Jersey are treated fairly, Governor Phil Murphy today signed a four-bill legislative package furthering state efforts ... Read More
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Post-Virus Complications Confound WC Industry Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Setting reserves for injured workers who contract COVID-19 can be an intimidating task. With estimates ranging between 10 percent to 25 percent of virus ...