That deafening roar you are not hearing is the workers’ comp system celebrating Mental Health Awareness month. In fact, when you mention mental health issues to employers and carriers, you’ll mostly hear mumbling about “predominant cause” and the non-work source of stressors in a given worker’s life. Carriers have traditionally shied away from psychological problems, avoiding them like a plague due to the fear of an infinite and unending liability.
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