It is important for even the most experienced claims handlers to brush up on their claims investigation skills. Doing so adds a layer of diligence to one’s claims investigation and improves client ... Read More
The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California dismissed the attempted class action against Mercury General on November 2, 2017. As with the other attempted national actions, standing was the ... Read More
Oh, how things change… I remember, growing up, the family dog slept outside in a dog house. Today, over 62% of our pets share our bed. Our pets are now considered part of the family and we hold ... Read More
Putting new lifesaving medicines within reach requires novel collaboration.
In approving America’s first commercial gene therapy – an extremely expensive, but highly effective treatment for the most common ... Read More
With Medicare still in financial short and long term trouble, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and its Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), have become increasingly more ... Read More
The turkey is gone, most people are back to work, and the workers’ comp world resumes.
Happy Cyber Monday.
Perhaps you struggled with crowds on Black Friday and threw a small bone to your local small ... Read More
Register: Power of One – How Your Impact on Workers’ Compensation Will Change Your Career
One of the things I find most interesting about workers’ compensation is that at its core, it’s incredibly simple. ... Read More