Employers and payers are seeing increased value in customizing the networks they use in their workers’ compensation programs. Customization allows them to design a network that meets their ... Read More
Coffee Shop Insurance Risks
Think of your favorite coffee shop, with its calming atmosphere and enticing aromas. From an insurance perspective, it might not be the first business type that comes to mind as ... Read More
As a child, do you remember the first time you saw your teacher outside of the classroom? I do. I was tagging along with my mom at the grocery store, mesmerized by the live lobsters in the large glass ... Read More
Governor Newsom has vetoed SB 788 (Bradford).
Despite the fact that SB 788 won approval in the California Senate by a 37-0 margin and a 77-0 margin in the California Assembly, Newsom issued this veto ... Read More
I periodically get a question about "what does this have to do with comp?" The posts here are sometimes specific but sometimes general. I understand that there are those who struggle to see how individual's ... Read More
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Resources for combatting opioid use in the construction industry
According to an analysis from Washington University, construction workers ... Read More
This post is about remembrance, and perhaps celebrations.
The end of September brought two messages to my inbox. I found each poignant, and somewhat disturbing. One was a retirement and the ... Read More
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