In October, the Mississippi Court of Appeals published Emmanuel Ridge Community Services Inc. v. Loggins, --- So.3d ---; 2018 WL 4870914 (Miss. Ct. App. 2018)(NO. 2017-WC-01624-COA). It is a case ... Read More
This article was originally published on PainPathways.org by Dee Emmerson, TCC Writer.
The old ballad, “Home, Home on the Range” paints a picture of buffalo, deer and antelope roaming under ... Read More
A couple of recent articles on the workplace caught my attention. There are employees seeking better working conditions, and others concerned that their jobs will disappear. The two concerns may be discreet ... Read More
CBS News recently reported Mental Stress Mounting in Florida after Devastating Hurricane Michael. The story reminded me of reactions to previous disasters, and that there is a broader application of ... Read More
I look forward to the holidays when friends and family gather for food, fun and laughter. I usually end up overdoing it and struggle to control my pain. As I was thinking about this year’s gathering, I ... Read More
As required by section 202 of The SMART Act, CMS is required to annually review its costs relating to recovering conditional payments as compared to recovery amounts. For the last two years 2017-2018, CMS ... Read More
In Duck Soup, Chico Marx, disguised as Groucho Marx says "who ya gonna believe, me or your own eyes?" A recent decision from the Florida Supreme Court supports that a judge, and even an appellate judge, ... Read More
I had the privilege of closing out the annual conference for the Oklahoma City chapter of the Case Management Society of America yesterday. However, I was moved - and motivated - by the lunch-time keynote ... Read More
Subrogation in Workers' Compensation Claims Sarasota, FL (workersCompensation.com) - When a workers’ compensation accident happens, one of the first things which is relevant in the claim is whether or not there is any subrogation potential. It ...