Over the years I’ve been amazed about the loosey goosey approach many attorneys have towards the QME process.
Not sending medical records to the QME at all, sending too many medical records, sending ... Read More
Workers’ compensation benefits as a share of payroll declined in 2016, continuing a five-year trend, while employer costs as a share of payroll fell for the third straight year, according to ... Read More
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"It takes a village — from the providers to the insurance to the work employer and everything — it just takes a lot of people working in concert." - Tom
RESCUE TURNS TRAGIC FOR FIREFIGHTER
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Written by: Melissa WoodardWith prescription drug and opioid addiction on the rise in America and an estimated 20 million Americans in need of treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, the prevalence of drug ... Read More
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration ... Read More
In May of 2017, we reported that an Alabama Circuit Court Judge issued an Order declaring the entire Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act unconstitutional. In June of 2017, we reported onwhat needed to ... Read More