Recently, in 2018 Fees and Settlements, this blog provided a brief history of Florida workers' compensation attorney fee evolution, 2018 aggregate claimant attorney fees, and an overview of the ... Read More
Massachusetts has come up with a provocative study about opioid-related deaths, in which the authors appear to be believe that physically hard, financially insecure work is an important contributor to ... Read More
Last week, the National Alliance of Medicare Set Aside Professionals (NAMSAP), through their Liability Medicare Set Aside (LMSA) Committee issued a special edition bulletin about LMSAs. The bulletin ... Read More
There has been an interest in attorney fees in Florida workers' compensation, seemingly as long as I can remember. My history in this industry certainly is not even close to that of some of our community ... Read More
Shark Week is a magical week; providing some of the most enthralling and illuminating insight into jaw-dropping actions of magnificent beings. As with previous years, Shark Week 2018 did not ... Read More
Going back to 2008, Massachusetts thought it had resolved the thorny issue of who exactly is an independent contractor and who is an employee. The state has been guided by a directive from the MA Attorney ... Read More
Eyes are upon the Fourth Circuit as it considers the reporting of workplace harassment. The case is Ray v. International Paper Co. According to Reuters Legal (pay site), there will be oral ... Read More
Risky Business: Pizza Delivery Drivers This is the next article in WorkersCompensation.com's “Risky Business” series, as we explore what is it like to be employed, and the employers, in the United States’ most ...