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Bad News for Nev. Injured Workers who Fall at Work? 12/23/2011
State: NV | Segment: | 530 | 0
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2010, about a fifth of all workplace fatalities in Nevada were caused by a worker falling. Almost every serious fall injury I've handled in the Nevada work comp arena in the past 15 years was caused  either by the employer's obvious f...Read More
 
 
Brown v. US Steel: A Story of Retirement Benefits and MSP Triggers 11/23/2011
By: Jennifer Jordan
State: NA | Segment: | 706 | 0
Understanding the order of priority in determining who pays first when Medicare is involved can be extremely complex. As I reported earlier this year, where you are in the payer lineup may very well be your defense to Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP) claims brought against you as it cannot always ...Read More
 
 
Baker Redux 10/27/2011
State: CA | Segment: | 523 | 0
Call it Baker Redux.In response to a petition for rehearing filed by San Jose attorney Arthur Johnson, the California Supreme Court issued a modified opinion that can be found via the link at the bottom of the article.Johnson's petition for rehearing had noted that the Ba...Read More
 
 
Brown Awarded Accolades from Insurers 10/18/2011
By: Dr. Robert Weinmann
State: CA | Segment: | 642 | 0 | Popular with Legal
Editor's note: The author is commenting on Gov. Jerry Brown's veto of Assembly Bill 584 by Paul Fong, D-Cupertino. The measure would have allowed utilization review in workers' comp only by physicians licensed in California.Gov. Brown and former Gov. Schwarzenegger hav...Read More
 
 
Before Discussing Reform, Define the Mission 07/27/2011
State: CA | Segment: | 529 | 0
By David J. DePaoloWorkCompCentralPanelists at the California Coalition on Workers' Compensation's 9th annual Educational Conference on Friday all had points of cost elements that they felt should get attention as loss ratios accelerate and impair the business of insurance ...Read More
 
 
Bleak Future for Injured Worker 06/08/2011
State: CA | Segment: | 821 | 0
By Julius YoungBoxer & GersonGetting away for a while is a good tonic for keeping perspective on things.I've just returned from Sardinia.One of the first calls I took was from a workers' comp client who is freaked about his future.Bef...Read More
 
 
Benefit Notices Often Ignored, Complexity Elevates Litigation Rates 04/08/2011
By: Bill Zachry
State: NA | Segment: | 420 | 0
By Bill ZachrySafewayOne part of the workers' compensation system that gets little attention, and yet is the biggest cause of the workers compensation paper blizzard, is the benefit-notice process.As it currently is designed and implemented, the benefit notice proce...Read More
 
 
Bill will Encourage Hiring More Illegal Immigrants 02/18/2011
State: GA | Segment: | 496 | 0
By Jeremiah K. JarminJarmin & FainI recently came across the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association’s Daily Legislative Watch and learned something quite disturbing. This legislative update contained a reference to SB 7, a bill proposed by the Insurance and Labor Committee tha...Read More
 
 
Blizzard Blowing from Illinois Reform Efforts 12/17/2010
By: Eugene Keefe
State: IL | Segment: | 520 | 0
By Eugene KeefeKeefe Campbell & AssociatesThe entire Illinois workers’ comp community is abuzz with reform efforts drifting here and there, like snowflakes in lake-effect snow. It will be hard to predict where it may all fall or if anything may actually happen....Read More
 
 
Battlefield Medicine: Technologies that may Benefit Injured Workers 11/19/2010
By: Julie Ferguson
State: NA | Segment: | 431 | 0
By Julie FergusonLynch Ryan & AssociatesOn Nov. 11, our nation honored its veterans for service rendered to the country. Although belatedly, we join in offering thanks.One could make the case that our nation's gratitude should be a 365-day-a-year tribute rather ...Read More
 
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