All three branches of the federal government are making headlines this week. We take a closer look at several historic measures across Washington D.C. in this edition of The Way.
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Thought I would share some great information from the CDC with a lot of links to address the CDC’s suggestions to improve brain health.
According to a recent CDC study, people with one or ... Read More
Use of cannabis, for recreational or medical purposes, is having an effect in workers’ compensation, employment and general liability cases. There are many unanswered questions including whether carriers ... Read More
The brain is one of the most complex organs in the body, and damage to it can cause a wide range of impairments called disorders of consciousness (DOC). In this session at the 2020 CLM Workers’ Compensation ... Read More
The most overlooked part of workers’ compensation claims handling is assembling the best team possible and getting that team to communicate openly. When in complete concert, the members of that team have a ... Read More
Socioeconomic status like age or housing, personal factors including finances and transportation, physical demands of employment and access to appropriate healthcare are all factors that can affect an ... Read More
As part of our annual drug trends series, we’re taking a deeper dive into some of the therapeutic classes showing the biggest increases among the top 10 ranked by cost from our 2019 analysis.
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Over the 23 years I’ve been a workers comp attorney in Chicago, I’ve heard some crazy stories of people getting injured on the job. One person fell on a wet bathroom floor thanks to a co-worker ... Read More
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