The path to recovery after a workplace injury is not always a straight line. A workers’ compensation claim can become increasingly complex due to common health conditions and comorbidities. While ... Read More
A cardinal rule in workers’ compensation is that an employee cannot sue his or her employer in civil court for a work injury except for rare circumstances involving intentional harm. But what if ... Read More
A massive price-rigging scheme that drove up drug manufacturer profits by inflating drug prices has been exposed in a lawsuit filed earlier this month by 44 states.
Rather than compete in an open ... Read More
In April 2019, the Supreme Court of Florida (SCOF) rendered approval of a consent judgement in The Florida Bar v. Spradley, Case No SC18-1592. The case is instructive on several points, and worthy of ... Read More
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WCIRB: To Fight Fraud, We Must First Recognize It Editor's Note: This is the first of a weeklong series of articles related to workers' compensation fraud, generated from discussions at a recent conference of the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating ...