Arthur Larson, the late, great academic of Workers Compensation law from Duke University is probably turning over in his grave. How can a statutorily required line of line of insurance that comprises almost ... Read More
If you have been keeping up with recent developments, you no doubt have read about the fact that AIG is paying out $596 million to settle two court actions. The first involves $146 million to various states ... Read More
The following is a post from the Archives of Terry's Blog - originally published February 6, 2012
Last week I participated in a CBC series entitled, "The Silver Ceiling". The overall series concept ... Read More
Occupational safety and health inspectorates have a challenging task. The number of workplaces far exceeds the capacity of the inspectors to visit each one. Most inspectorates manage the challenge by ... Read More
I've been keeping a list of the issues, trends and ideas that will shape the future of prevention and occupational health and safety from the perspective of loss prevention (education, consultation) and ... Read More
It was a small thing, something noticed out of the corner of my eye, but the subsequent discussion got me thinking about what was really going on in the workplace and what it says about safety culture. I ... Read More
Woodstock, VT (CompNewsNetwork) - There is a more conservative climate among state legislatures, a climate conducive to barring undocumented workers from workers compensation benefits. Can these ... Read More
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Employees Shot In Separate Incidents Baton Rouge, La. (WorkersCompensation.com) – Two employees in two separate incidents are dead after random shootings in their businesses took their lives.
According to police in Baton Rouge, two ...