When states began to adopt workers compensation laws in the early part of the twentieth century, the system was predicated on a no-fault philosophy. Indemnity benefits and medical treatment would be ... Read More
The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) and FICO (Fair Isaac, maker of fraud detection software) conducted a survey of underwriters that reveals almost half of the companies that ... Read More
I was invited to deliver the keynote presentation at the “Make It Safe” conference a few days ago. The event was hosted by the FIOSA-MIOSA Safety Alliance of BC, the Canadian Manufacturers & ... Read More
Lewis v. Boom Boom Room and South Carolina Uninsured Employers' Fund, Opinion 5032 S.C. (2012). The intrepid CEO of WorkersCompensation.com wrote about this incident in early September when a SC appeal ... Read More
I've recently returned from speaking at the Personal Injury Education Foundation (PIEF) conference in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. PIEF has no exact counterpart in Canada or the United States. It ... Read More
The insurance industry has been bemoaning inadequate rates for the last several years. However, with the nation's fragile economy, rate hardening was seen as impossible without a significant loss of ... Read More
I've spent many days enjoying the view of False Creek and the Roundhouse Community Centre from an apartment near the top of a residential tower in Vancouver's Yaletown district. The stunning ... Read More
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