October 2018 brought some important amendments to various Florida Rules of Court. On October 25, 2018, the Supreme Court of Florida issued In Re: Amendments to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, the ... Read More
This week I want to highlight three different articles that revolve around the same theme of there being many alternatives to treating pain and living a healthy lifestyle. The articles discuss the potential ... Read More
We near the end of 2018. It is time for you to consider resolutions for 2019, and this post is a suggestion. Recent months have brought cascading news regarding disasters. From eastern U.S. hurricanes to ... Read More
The models for research which the Workers Compensation Research Institute has relied on since its founding have been right for its time. It now needs an additional model. That is why, in my view, ... Read More
Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services held a high level overview webinar of the upcoming Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (MSPRP) enhancements, which as you may recall we addressed ... Read More
In October 2018 the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal rendered its decision in Barber v. Louisiana Workforce Commission, et. al. (this has not been released for publication yet, and is ... Read More
This week I want to highlight two interesting articles I came across this past week. While they may appear different, the concepts are related. The first article is about advocacy-based claims and how it is ... Read More
Ten Light Duty Work Ideas So you have decided to provide some light duty or transitional work for injured workers to decrease wage loss expense. First of all, congratulations! This is the first step in decreasing claims costs. ...