America had a long and bloody history of injury carnage at work. The workers’ compensation system was created 100 years ago in part due to public concern about deaths and disabling injuries among rail, ... Read More
Recall last year in 2018 we blogged that Humana Medicare Advantage had filed an action against Bi-Lo, LLC, a grocery retailer, in the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina for declaratory ... Read More
Workers’ compensation is a safety net which helps people after an injury at work.
For the worker, the originally expressed purpose was to fairly compensate them for their injuries. More recently the ... Read More
Everyone remembers where they were the when they learned the World Trade Center crumbled to the ground. I was scooping ice cream at the Mansfield Center General Store. Having recently retired from the risk ... Read More
Artificial intelligence is already at work in the workers’ compensation industry, through the use of what is called machine learning. It will likely take years before machine learning becomes a staple ... Read More
Editor’s Note: In Part 1 of this article yesterday, Mitchell Vice President of Government Affairs Brian Allen examined the ways in which the opioid crisis can sometimes mirror the story of Jekyll and ... Read More
Editor’s Note: In Part 1 of his articles on the two sides to the Opioid Crisis, Mitchell Vice President of Government Affairs Brian Allen looks at the initial positive outcomes and unanticipated ... Read More
We have blogged on numerous occasions regarding Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside (WCMSA) legislation that continues to be re-introduced in Congress with slight variations over the last decade ... Read More
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