Gov. Bruce Rauner, state Sen. Christine Radogno and other Illinois legislators were fighting to change “causation” in workers’ comp with an eye on saving billions for business and local government.
In an astounding development to all Illinois workers' compensation observers, a majority of the members of our very, very, very liberal Appellate Court, Workers’ Comp Division, joins with the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission and lower court to deny a claim by an&n...Read More
If your financial stuff has ever been hacked, consider a challenging new statistic: By 2024, everyone in the U.S. may have had health care and workers’ comp data compromised if online theft keeps accelerating at the current pace.
I am on vacation in Jamaica and met a wonderful couple from Guelph, Ontario. They gave me the inside scoop on a new socio-legal development in Canada — dying with dignity. In short, if you or a loved one are suffering from a terminal condition, it is OK to follow the safeguards with yo...Read More
With respect to the five members of the Illinois Appellate Court, Workers' Compensation Division and the Circuit Court judges who hear workers' comp appeals, I want to confirm my new position that our state would be better served to have our work comp claims adjudicated&nbs...Read More
I had a reader tell me Illinois state government appears to be filling in for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus that is soon to close. Everything that is happening in our state government appears to make our leaders look like clowns and teetering out of control.
The battle in Springfield continues to rage. Here are our thoughts along with the analysis/comments of the workers' compensation gurus at the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. We like to tell all of our readers that chamber President Todd Maisch and his expert lobbyist, Jay De...Read More
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We thank J. Todd Foster of WorkCompCentral for giving us the heads up on this new proposed legislation. It is part of a bigger package of 13 — yes, lucky 13 — bills proposed by the Illinois Senate that have to all be agreed upon by everyone or they all fall to the wayside....Read More
The election is finally over and no one will miss the 2106 presidential campaign that was packed with controversy. We have literally thousands of disbelieving folks across the country who can't countenance the outcome.