There are two options when faced with a choice – maintain the status quo or do something different. Choosing the status quo means no change by continuing to do what was done previously with likely the ... Read More
Sanderson Firm has been receiving numerous questions lately as to the recent WCMSA Reference Guide update which included a new Section 4.3. The workers’ compensation industry has numerous questions as ... Read More
There are many different life situations facing parents. One of the most rewarding and challenging is the balancing act of raising children while meeting work responsibilities. The fundamental ... Read More
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that over 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, and other researchers put that number much higher, around 110 million. Additionally, 7.4 ... Read More
Whether or not to submit has through the years been touted as the main event at dozens of national conferences and seminars, promoting these sessions like MSP cage-match battles, pitting experts against one ... Read More
On February 18, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) regarding scenarios in which Civil Monetary Penalties (CMPs) for noncompliance with ... Read More
Editors Note: Mr. Zachry's "Simple Concepts" Series will be the subject of the next WorkersCompensation.com Hot Seat Webinar, scheduled for 1 PM Eastern, March 1, 2022. Registration will be open ... Read More
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