The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
OSHA announces COVID-19-related citations
OSHA recently issued citations to several companies across the U.S. for failing to protect workers from ... Read More
Hard Workers Comp Markets – Two of the Reasons Not Discussed That Often
The hard workers comp markets usually occur when the suppliers (carriers) cut the supply of insurance to (demand) employers. I ... Read More
Loss Cost Decrease Question From Newsletter Reader
A newsletter reader recently asked this question after reading that their state recommended a Workers Comp Loss Cost decrease recently.
If ... Read More
The COVID-19 boulder, full of facts, lies, information, misinformation, disinformation, and just plain delusional thinking keeps rolling back down the mountain. Try as we might, it’s certainly ... Read More
In a normal world, your treating doctor stating that you need treatment would be enough to get it approved as long as you were injured at work. That’s not how Illinois workers’ compensation law ... Read More
Last week a federal judge in New York struck down a significant portion of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) joint employer rule, which had narrowed the situations in which multiple ... Read More
All workers’ compensation settlement agreements need to have certain elements in order for the agreement to become finalized. It is important that members of the claim management team are aware of ... Read More
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Flesh-eating Bacteria Covered by Comp Cheyenne, WY (WorkersCompensation.com) – A Wyoming miner who contracted flesh-eating bacteria at work is entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits for the treatment of the virus he ...