By Cassandra Roberts, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor LLP Today I have the pleasure of hosting guest blogger Michael Owen, Esquire of the Wilmington insurance defense law firm of Chrissinger ... Read More
By Cassandra Roberts, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor LLP In the claimant-friendly jurisdiction of The First State where the standard of compensability is considered decidedly low by practitioners ... Read More
By Margaret Spence, President and CEO, Douglas Claims & Risk Consultants, Inc. Employers are so focused on managing workers compensation injuries that they often forget that the injury itself is ... Read More
By Robert G. Rassp, Law Offices of Robert G. Rassp The following is a real-life example of how to figure out a WPI rating. Strict rating: 15% WPI (see below) Alternative rating method A: Add ... Read More
Asheville, NC (CompNewsNetwork) - The proliferation of personal technology, predominantly cell phones, Blackberrys and iPods, now infiltrates work life as well as leisure time. These devices are impacting ... Read More
Asheville, NC (CompNewsNetwork) - Understanding your injury incident rate both within the company and relative to similar businesses is a valuable tool to monitor safety and improve profitability. An ... Read More
By LexisNexis Workers' Compensation Law Center StaffDear Community Members: The time has arrived for the LexisNexis Workers' Compensation Law Center Staff to make selections for its annual ... Read More
Asheville, NC (CompNewsNetwork) - The headlines garnered by the arrest of a Yale lab technician who was charged with murdering a graduate student in the research building where they both worked is a sobering ... Read More
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What a Difference an Or Makes Periodically an interesting analysis in workers' compensation leads to discussion of death benefits. A recent decision from Ohio's appellate court provides an interesting explanation of statutory ...