Being a workers' compensation adjuster has a lot of demands. Every day you have to juggle multiple demands on many files, sometimes within several jurisdictions. A typical caseload for the lost-time adjuster ... Read More
We talk to people in plain English and are very approachable. Hopefully this makes people comfortable and they can ask me whatever questions they want to. I realize that people don’t love ... Read More
With the 2019 legislative session well under way across the country, a flurry of first responder bills have been introduced from Connecticut to Montana. When it comes to first responder legislation, ... Read More
Former WCAB Commissioner Frank Brass passed away Monday.
Brass had been in declining health for several years and had quietly retired from the WCAB at the start of 2018.
He was a great guy and a dedicated ... Read More
The opioid crisis afflicting the nation is “the worst man-made epidemic in modern medical history” and the United States needs a systematic effort to reverse it, a leading pain and workers’ ... Read More
Louisiana’s landmark medical marijuana program, under the auspices of the LSU AgCenter and with the assistance of Nevada-based growing partner GB Sciences, appears to be stalled for the time being. ... Read More
So far 2019 has been a sleepy year for California workers comp developments.
But that may be changing.
The California Legislature’s Joint Legislative Audit Committee has now approved a request that ... Read More
When did you last:
buy a newspaper or book
use a real camera
plug in your Garmin and stick it on the windshield
shop in a mall, or
use your home phone?
That cellphone you are reading this on? ... Read More
I recently read an article that sparked some debate on Twitter while also illustrating how we can all think a little bigger about accommodations for the aging workforce. The article put a spotlight ... Read More
Is The OptumRx Suit Just The Beginning Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Earlier this month, WorkersCompensation.com reported on OptumRx allegedly overcharging the Ohio Bureau Of Workers Compensation by $16 million. Dave Yost, Ohio ...