A proposed rulemaking on “Miscellaneous Medicare Secondary Payer Clarifications and Updates” has been posted on the Office of Management and Budget website. The proposed rulemaking can be found ... Read More
I made a new friend in Sacramento on November 8. During that initial conversation and in follow-up he reinforced for me a point I've been making for awhile ... everybody can do something. Because he's ... Read More
I made a new friend in Sacramento on November 8. During that initial conversation and in follow-up he reinforced for me a point I’ve been making for awhile…everybody can do something. Because ... Read More
WorkCompCentral reported on September 10, 2018 that "Trump Order Makes ALJ Appointments More Political." The article refers to the Executive Order Excepting Administrative Law Judges from the ... Read More
The two articles I want to highlight from this past week are both important subjects centered around emotions and health. The first article is about a link between depression and heart disease. The second ... Read More
Recently, workers' compensation prognosticator Peter Rousmaniere published The New Democratic House Likely to Confront Work Comp. He contends that workers' compensation will soon be "under the most ... Read More
In October, the Mississippi Court of Appeals published Emmanuel Ridge Community Services Inc. v. Loggins, --- So.3d ---; 2018 WL 4870914 (Miss. Ct. App. 2018)(NO. 2017-WC-01624-COA). It is a case ... Read More
This article was originally published on PainPathways.org by Dee Emmerson, TCC Writer.
The old ballad, “Home, Home on the Range” paints a picture of buffalo, deer and antelope roaming under ... Read More
4-1-1 on Comp: Amazon AI Accident Robbinsville, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) - Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, was recently named the richest man in the world. But that does not mean that the company he runs is without its problems. Recently, ...