As a college student, I interned with my U.S. Senator, an experience that provided an early glimpse into my future career working with lawmakers in two of the most regulated fields of healthcare and ... Read More
I recently penned Reminded of Death Benefits, including a discussion of a tragic event in Michigan in which an employee was found submerged in a vat of acid solution. He was rescued and treated by ... Read More
This blog series is devoted to better understanding the efforts our Federal government is undertaking to combat the opioid epidemic in America. Last year, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) ... Read More
The Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) industry is not only experiencing increased recovery demands from Medicare Advantage Plans (MAPs) as of recently, but are also experiencing MAPs attempting to assert a ... Read More
A headline in the summer of 2018 caught my eye. Fox News reported Exercise and obesity both on the rise in America. As one who has struggled with weight for decades, and for whom exercise is a ... Read More
The January 2019 issue of the National Association of Workers' Compensation Judiciary's Lex and Verum includes an intriguing article regarding attorney fees: How Many Slices are in a Twelve ... Read More
In recent years, I have seen the Alliance of Women in Workers' Compensation programs at various conferences. Their programs include the motivational, but also substantive topics of interest to ... Read More
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