Every kid grows up wanting at some moment to be a superhero, policeman, fireman, or astronaut. These were the standby responses when I was a kid. A few would wander off the reservation with doctor, nurse, ... Read More
There is a long history of reliance on social security numbers in this country. Florida workers' compensation has been using those numbers to identify injured workers for a long time. It is generally ... Read More
I was honored to speak at the 27th WCCP Conference in Bonita Springs on Monday, June 11, 2018. But this post is perhaps more about the journey than the destination.
All over the Southeast, flights were ... Read More
I grew up in a world largely devoid of science. My childhood television programs exhibited detectives that worked on hunches and tips and informants. But, they did not rely on science. Science was not about ... Read More
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Lawyers that practice in Florida workers' compensation all have their favorite stories to recount, of a trial, a witness, an opponent, or a judge. I can recall many a day cooling my heels at the "comp ... Read More
Many us of need some basic information about workers’ compensation claims. After all, workers’ compensation insurance is one of the great social experiments in the history of labor. Employers pay ... Read More
AIA and PCI Confirm Merger Negotiations Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – The American Insurance Association (AIA) issued a statement to its members late Tuesday evening confirming that merger negotiations had been approved ...