At the annual Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) conference in March this year, former executive director Richard Victor presented a scenario in which workers’ compensation claims ... Read More
A recent news story reminded me of "heart attack" cases in Florida. I recall trying to explain Florida heart attack law to many clients years ago in my practice. Recently, an accountant was summoned by ... Read More
A couple of news pieces caught my attention recently, and a connection began to form in my brain. The first was through a tweet from @TheGIRLATTORNEY with a link to a blog post about workplace ... Read More
Hurricane season begins June 1, 2018. It is time to think and prepare. A recount of 2017 may help us remember.
On September 5, 2017, the Florida Office of Judges of Compensation Claims began to post ... Read More
I often have the opportunity to speak to young people about their future goals and plans. And when the subject of economics arises, I try to instill in them the concept that they will need to find ways in ... Read More
I met an indomitable spirit recently at the Mississippi Workers' Compensation Education Association (MWCEA) conference in Biloxi, Mississippi. Her story is not of a work accident, but her words moved me. She ... Read More
As you awaken this morning, ready to enjoy this post and start your day, I am headed west. I have often been asked if I am "from" Mississippi, and I am not; no more than I am "from" anywhere. However, I have ... Read More
As I have noted in numerous recent blogs, Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) Private Cause of Action litigation has been on the rise and has grown to be incredibly rampant in the past several years. Innate to ... Read More
AIA and PCI Confirm Merger Negotiations Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – The American Insurance Association (AIA) issued a statement to its members late Tuesday evening confirming that merger negotiations had been approved ...