Food processors are common equipment found in commercial kitchens and restaurants in every community in America. We use them for everything from mixing cake batter to grinding beef to grating and slicing ... Read More
As of July 1, 2020, the maximum workers’ compensation payable is increased to $920.00 per week and the minimum is increased to $253.00 per week. The memorandum regarding the new minimum and maximum rates ... Read More
Below is an update to Operations at the Office of Administrative Hearings:Until further notice, in-person hearings continue to be limited to critical, priority matters that cannot effectively be held by a ... Read More
This isn’t going to be “over” for at least a year. Probably longer. Long enough that all of us must focus not on preparing for the end of the pandemic, but adapting to it and accepting that ... Read More
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced a $11 million settlement with an Andover mail-order pharmacy resolving allegations that it failed to implement adequate safeguards against unlawful and ... Read More
A concerned mother called me for her son. He has been offered a job at a company in Illinois and was asked to sign a pre-employment contract. That is itself isn’t unusual, but what was in it was ... Read More
By: Lawrence Hamby (Associate Attorney -Orange Office)A few years ago, there was a popular book entitled “The 48 Laws of Power” which offered guidance on how to handle difficult situations. One of those laws ... Read More
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COVID's Impact on Work Comp -- Moody's View Moody’s report on the impact of COVID19 on workers’ compensation says stuff I agree with, namely:
Premium dollars will drop.
Rates will drop.
Claim counts will drop.
It also ...