I've had the opportunity to be within ear shot of the Atlantic and Pacific ocean on several occasions this year, including later today as I drive from Fresno to San Francisco. Staring at and listening to an ... Read More
You may recall that we recently blogged about whether the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) Act, a Federal law, preempts State law. A Maryland case quite succinctly addressed this question several ... Read More
An educational decision was recently rendered by the Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals, styled In Re Atlantic Sounding Co., Inc.. It is a proceeding for a writ of Mandamus (seeking an order to ... Read More
There is plenty in the news to depress and exhaust us. That came back to mind this week when video surfaced showing a store clerk collapsing from a heart attack. Two teenage patrons ignored his distress, as ... Read More
I planned to proudly to stand on the stage at Comp Laude 2018. I was to have the honor of presenting the Magna Comp Laude award to a most deserving individual. A great many outstanding workers' compensation ... Read More
Sleeping with neck-down central nerve pain is difficult. But I do it — most nights.
I haven’t always been able to sleep through it. In the past, pain would consume my thoughts as everything ... Read More
This morning, October 9, 2018, I was scheduled to fly to San Diego for the Comp Laude 2018. Unfortunately, Michael has come to call in Florida, and for several reasons that means cancelling my ... Read More