A journalist participates in some peculiar conversations and must learn how to be jilted and keep a sense of humor. A phone call this summer stands out for how the other person on the line went about ... Read More
The Kansas Supreme Court recently rendered an intriguing decision in State v. Garcia. A companion decision was simultaneously rendered in State v. Morales. The decision written by Justice Bieir, despite ... Read More
Two Thursdays ago, I had surgery and strategically selected opioids for the associated acute pain. Not because I needed them but to verify my thoughts on their use. And they lived up (or down) to my ... Read More
Last Spring, I posted regarding the Atlantic Hurricane season, in hopes of spurring preparation. There is value in being prepared for storms, but every time you live through one of these you realize how ... Read More
Over the past several years, we have witnessed Medicare Advantage Plans (MAPs) flex their muscles in establishing their rights to recover double damages through a Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) private cause ... Read More
As Tuesday dawns on the east coast, we begin the task of cleaning up after a massive storm. It will be along road home for many, and they will appreciate a kind word in days to come.
This storm was ... Read More
It is the things we have done and lived through that matter to us, so much more than words that have been said to us. We have all experienced challenges, tragedies, and failures. In large part, they make us ... Read More
UPDATED: An edited version 2 ("v2") includes my notes from Dr. Meister's presentation on Sep 8.
In case you weren't at the California Work Comp & Risk conference in Dana Point yesterday (Sep 7), haven't ... Read More