A lot has been said about the maturing of workers’ compensation. The frequency of injuries will continue to decline by a faster rate than the increase in the workforce, resulting in an absolute ... Read More
When many people think about natural disasters, their first thought is the devastating property damage that is extremely visible and highlighted by the media. However, the impact of natural disasters ... Read More
This was the title of an actual motion filed in Tennessee (an admittedly eye-catcher title). Motions are the appropriate way to seek relief in most adjudication systems. A few systems eschew the ... Read More
Recent posts have focused on outcomes from the 2018 Florida legislative session. The passage of CS/CS/HB 227 is discussed in I'm Just a Bill - PTSD in Florida. The reform regarding opioids and the ... Read More
I have the utmost respect for the number crunchers at NCCI. Through experience rating, they have contrived an ingenious mechanism for surcharging premiums of employers with high losses and discounting ... Read More
Schoolhouse Rock taught a generation about the process for laws to be made or changed. I can probably still sing most of "I'm just a bill" which played over and over during the Saturday morning cartoon ... Read More
Close to thirty years of comparative studies of nursing homes show how people can look at work injury risk in three ways.
The choice of worksite should not be a surprise. Healthcare facilities are a ... Read More
Workers’ Comp Consultant Jon Coppelman takes to WorkersCompensation.com’s Experts View to reflect on a 2013 case that carried on through 2017, and is still relevant today.
Lawrence Tynes used to ... Read More