There are elements of life that stay the same and ones that are in a constant state of flux. Workplaces over the years have changed, clearly. However, what we have seen in 2020 is not only change, but ... Read More
Although the holiday season may be behind us, winter is definitely just getting started. For many of us that means sleet, snow, and freezing rain. Whether working from home or traveling to your job, ... Read More
2021 Workers Comp Resolutions – Huge Change From 2020?
The 2021 Workers Comp resolutions began with waiting until all the election cycles had been completed from 2020. I usually crank out the ... Read More
Over the past six years, admittedly, a lot has changed in workers’ compensation in Tennessee. You have graciously adapted to these changes. We know change can be hard. But when faced with the ... Read More
Written by: Melissa P. Woodard and Tracey JonesThe current state of the law in North Carolina Workers’ Compensation in latent occupational disease claims is in flux right now. Considering current case law, ... Read More
Reflections on the AMA Guides and the Recent Critiques of the New Digital Format
The personal injury legal system is dependent upon medicine. People obviously require care and treatment for ... Read More
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) received 1,181 complaints from workers and customers in the first four weeks of Gov. Murphy’s executive order expanding workplace ... Read More
Editor's Note: The following was written before the events of Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2021 transpired
Welcome back! We begin 2021 in Florida. Well, from our home offices, reporting on risk and ... Read More
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Hearing Loss And Illinois Workers' Compensation Hearing loss cases are unique because we all are exposed to loud noises at various times of the day. If you live in Chicago it’s probably worse for you than if you live in a more rural area like ...