Do Lower Workers Comp Medical Prices = Worse Care?
Lower Workers Comp medical prices receive such little press. Most of the buzz articles cover when prices increase in the Workers’ C0mp arena. ... Read More
Which is this:
We want access to the best doctors and hospitals, low insurance premiums that cover every treatment and drug, doctors making shipload of money, we don’t want any rural hospitals ... Read More
On July 19, 2019 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved multiple applications for the first generics of Lyrica (pregabalin). This follows the expiration of Pfizer’s patent on Lyrica at the end ... Read More
Cousineau, Waldhauser & Kieselbach is proud to announce Jennifer Fitzgerald, Tom Kieselbach and Jim Waldhauser have been selected as 2019 Minnesota Super Lawyers. Elizabeth Cox and Whitney Teel ... Read More
This month the Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation readopted in full the old law rules found at Chapters 41-69 of Title 28, Part 2 of the Texas Administrative Code. For those who may not know, old law ... Read More
Another chapter in the never-ending stop-loss saga came to a close on June 24, 2019 when the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) finally issued its long-awaited decision in the stop-loss cases. ... Read More
The Tyler Court of Appeals recently held that the Division has exclusive jurisdiction to determine whether administrative costs qualify as workers’ compensation benefits that the carrier is entitled to ... Read More
We’ve heard reports that Brook Army Medical Center (BAMC) will not release medical records to a carrier unless the claimant signs a DD Form 2569, Third Party Collection Program/Medical Services Account/Other ... Read More
The Texarkana Court of Appeals held this month that a claimant failed to exhaust her administrative remedies at the Division of Workers’ Compensation where the allegations in her lawsuit against the carrier ... Read More
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