I had previously posted an article regarding CMS working on a proposed rulemaking regarding Medicare Secondary Payer requirements and future medicals and that CMS had indicated that it was ... Read More
ABC News affiliate WFTS is reporting that Brad Culpepper, a former Tampa Bay Buccaneer has been sued by an insurance company claiming "fraud and deceit." According to NFL.com he played for two seasons ... Read More
A recent case out of the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, Estate of McDonald v. Indemnity Insurance Co., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 121902 (September 2, 2014), has set a new ... Read More
This week finds me off of my regular Monday/Wednesday schedule again. Whether you call it "Padgett," or "that 11th Circuit case," you are all talking about Judge Cueto's August 13, 2014 determination that ... Read More
The digital display registered 431 km/hour. The Shanghai landscape flashed by the window of the worlds' only Magnetic Levitation (Mag Lev)commuter train. Safe, fast, economical—the MagLev is ... Read More
For some reason, I have found myself thinking of great comedians this week (veiled reference to the loss of one of America's greatest last Sunday). I am always a fan of those that make me laugh. One that ... Read More
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It's Termination Time. Send in the Clown. A man in New Zealand, called into a meeting where he knew he would be getting fired, used an unusual tactic for the event. He hired a professional clown to sit in on the meeting with him. The ...