Today, the Supreme Court of Florida issued an opinion regarding Medicare payments and the collateral source rule in John Joerg, Jr., etc. et. al v. State Farm Mutual Insurance Co. (October 15, ... Read More
The Florida workers' compensation community waits and watches the Florida Supreme Court for a decision in Castellanos v. Next Door Co.. The claimant in that case is seeking a determination ... Read More
In 1982 American classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High was released. A sophomoric high school comedy, it features an interesting interrelationship between an uptight teacher, Mr. Hand, and a ... Read More
The image I cannot get out of my head while writing this is the quartet playing calmly on deck as the Titanic slowly sinks into the sea.
The National Journal reported in July that a hand full of ... Read More
In an opinion out of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, Cariten Health Plan, Inc. v. Mid-Century Insurance Company, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 126887 (September 1, 2015 ... Read More
CMS continued its series of webinars on September 17th introducing the CRC to the industry and explaining how it will impact conditional payment recovery processes. I previously blogged on the last CMS ... Read More
Rockwell released "Somebody's Watching Me" in 1984. The refrain in that tune repeatedly returns to "whose watching" and "whose watching me?" The answer in our post-smartphone world is more likely that not ... Read More
Ask a Stupid Question…. We spend a lot of time in the workers’ compensation industry griping about jurisdictional forms. They are often complex, and some are poorly designed with fields too small to accommodate the ...