Legislative Update by Alison StewartOn November 16, 2018, the Iowa Supreme Court issued a ruling addressing the compensability of idiopathic falls. Previously the Court said, “The workers’ compensation ... Read More
For years, NCCI has cautioned against the improper use of experience rating modifications (E-mods) to compare the relative safety of employers. Last fall, we explored a simplified example of how a debit ... Read More
The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) held its annual State Advisory Forum in Baton Rouge on Tuesday, November 27th. The event, attended by about 100 people across the workers’ comp ... Read More
Written By: Courtney BrittDiscussion of workplace harassment reached a fever pitch last Fall when media reports streamed seemingly endless claims against Hollywood moguls and corporate giants alike. ... Read More
Lyrica and its manufacturer Pfizer have been in the news quite frequently this month, and the publicity has not been positive. Most recently, on November 14th, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom ... Read More
The brain is one of the most complex organs in the body, and damage can cause a wide range of impairments called “Disorders of Consciousness.”
The challenge is to better understand and diagnose ... Read More
The Silly Season of Legislative Spring Well, the new year is here, and spring is just around the corner. We all know what that means. Legislative activity is in full bloom around the nation. Unlike mother nature’s springtime, which brings ...