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Moore: Accident Curve and Natural Disasters 09/18/2017
By: James Moore
State: NA | Segment: Top | 705 | 0
The accident curve measures the accident rate lessening per unit of work time. The concept has been debated over time. A search far and wide located a 1916 text that actually addressed this issue very well. ...Read More

Moore: Silent Risk Management Mistakes Stay Under The Radar 05/02/2017
Source: James Moore
State: NA | Segment: Top | 1151 | 0
These five silent risk management mistakes in workers' comp never show up on a graph, chart or in a report. After all the RIMS buzz last week, I decided to cover the mistakes I have seen in my 27 years in the insurance business from a risk management standpoint.    ...Read More

More: Double Amputee Was a Force of Positivity 03/08/2017
By: Keith P. More
State: CA | Segment: Top | 1562 | 0 | Popular with Legal
On Thursday, March 2, 2017, the world lost a beacon of hope and perseverance when my friend and client Dwight Johnson passed away. Dwight’s life and story are amazing, and are ones I feel obligated to share. ...Read More

Moore: Workers' Comp Hot Buttons Top 10 Recycled Again 02/10/2017
By: James Moore
State: NA | Segment: Top | 1186 | 0
The top 10 workers' comp hot-buttons never seem to be new. The topics are recycled again and again as newfound topics of the press and in most WC conversations.   ...Read More

Moore: Google Play Store and My Annual Search for Work Comp Apps — Not Good 12/23/2016
State: NA | Segment: Top | 1543 | 0
The Google Play Store (where Android Apps live) was my last hope for a humongous leap in my continuous search for technology in workers' comp. Once again, as expected, I was more than disappointed. ...Read More

Morton: Opioid Abuse is More Than a 'Doctor Problem' 11/08/2016
State: NA | Segment: Top | 1578 | 0
Every day, another overdose reinforces the gravity of the opioid abuse epidemic.  ...Read More

Moore: Five Ways in Which Workers' Comp Insurance Is Unique 10/31/2016
State: NA | Segment: Top | 811 | 0
Workers' comp insurance is now one of the more maligned insurance lines. Other than the Affordable Care Act, much negativity spread quickly throughout the press.   ...Read More

Moore: Classification by Analogy Can Affect Workers' Comp Rates 09/02/2016
State: NA | Segment: Top | 518 | 0
The term "classification by analogy" is one of those workers' comp buzzwords that generates a large number of emails and call to us. The term is usually mentioned by a workers' comp auditor or rating bureau. ...Read More
Mullen & Filippi: Common-Sense Decisions 08/22/2016
State: NA | Segment: Top | 813 | 0
As the new school year starts, we are reminded that while intellectual discovery is important, sometimes what you really need is simple common sense. In this edition of the Bulletin, we explore some recent decisions that remind us of that principle. You actually can settle a vouch...Read More

Moore: The 10 Most Dangerous Jobs vs. Their Loss Costs 08/19/2016
State: NA | Segment: Top | 366 | 0
A 10-most-dangerous jobs list was produced by Careercast this week. I thought I would try to compare the list of jobs with the corresponding classification code and loss costs to see how well they match. ...Read More
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