My post on the US Social Security Disability (SSD) issue generated a lot of email. . Most of the feedback I got expressed disbelief that 4.7% of the population aged 18 to 64 in the US are in ... Read More
Florida's "stand your ground" law has gotten significant attention in the last year. Some interesting cases have been highly publicized. When would "stand your ground" have any involvement in workers' ... Read More
The First District Court is the usual source for interpretations of Chapter 440. I know many workers' compensation practitioners follow the court through its website or its RSS feed. If you are not ... Read More
Our economy needs skilled and able workers to deliver the goods and services we need locally and provide internationally. When a worker becomes disabled through work injury or other cause, there is one ... Read More
On February 18, 2014, CMS issued an alert notifying the industry of a threshold in which liability settlements would no longer need to be reported to CMS under MMSEA Section 111 and also would not require ... Read More
A worker gets injured in a work-related incident yet there is no record of a work-related injury with the state or federal agency responsible for recording this information. Unfortunately, this ... Read More
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Of Love And Other Poisons It was 1751, and Francis Blandy was suspicious.
As a loving father, Blandy suspected that Captain William Henry Cranstoun, his daughter’s fiance, was already married. When Cranstoun left England to ...