In 1996, the National Safety Council designated June as National Safety Month. The goal was to increase awareness of the leading safety and health risks facing employees and decrease the risk ... Read More
JUNE 2020COVID-19 CLEARS THE WAY FOR TELEHEALTH TO TREAT TENNESSEE WORKPLACE INJURIESOne of the most fundamental rights of an injured worker under the Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Law is the right to ... Read More
Legal Update by Attorneys Nicholas Cooling & Alison Stewart and Law Clerk Jordan GehlhaarRecently, Deputy Workers’ Compensation Commissioner William Grell issued anarbitration decision defining what ... Read More
On May 31, 2020 the Florida Division of Workers' Compensation issued a 2020 COVID-19 Report. This addresses the frequency of COVID-19 workers' compensation claims in Florida. The statistics were pulled ... Read More
Millions of people around the country have been marching in protest after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25. While many protests have been peaceful, businesses across ... Read More
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is forcing members of the claim management team to face new challenges. This goes beyond dealing with work injuries related to this new infectious disease. These ... Read More
One strange twist in Illinois workers’ compensation law right now is that marijuana is legal, but you still get drug tested for it if you are hurt on the job. And if you test positive, not only could ... Read More
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