Nashville, TN (WorkersCompensation.com) - Injured workers who settle their claims often share a common feeling: despair. Even though they may have walked away with a large sum of money and are free to visit ... Read More
All eyes are on California to see what, if any changes Gov Gavin Newsom will seek for the workers’ compensation system. While he, like his predecessor is a democrat, it’s uncertain what his ... Read More
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – More than 800,000 federal employees are working without pay during the government shutdown. And that financial insecurity may or may not endanger the workers ... Read More
Welcome to another Hump day. Here are some of the latest items affecting the industry.
Protect the Workplace from the Flu
Flu season is in full swing. While this year’s severity is not as bad as last ... Read More
Bell County, KY (WorikersCompensation.com) – A Tennessee surveyor is dead after a coal mining accident in an eastern Kentucky.
A spokesman for the Kentucky Energy and Environment cabinet said Jeffrey ... Read More
"Using technology to facilitate return-to-work is a hot topic," said Elizabeth Smith. "I’m seeing many creative ways for the toughest cases."
Smith, an attorney with Verrill Dana, L.L.P., in Portland, ... Read More
Happy Tuesday. Here are a plethora of news items happening around the country to help you start your day.
New England Governor Bows to Surrounding Pot Pressures
As the workers’ compensation industry ... Read More
44 Percent of Physicians are Burned Out Sacramento, CA - Close to 44 percent of U.S. physicians are burned out, and 15 percent are depressed and thinking about suicide, according to a survey conducted by Medscape and summarized by ...
Chriss Swaney is a freelance reporter who has written for Antique Trader Magazine, Reuters, The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, the Burlington Free Press, UPI, The Tribune-Review and the Daily Record.