Around the world, robots are increasingly being used to perform menial and complex labor tasks in the home and in the workplace. Robots are used in restaurant kitchens to make sushi and chop vegetables. They are also important earlier in food production, planting rice and tending growing cro...Read More
On Aug. 31, 2013, Dan Heimerman was driving in Kansas while employed by Northern Clearing Inc. and was killed when he was rear-ended by a dump truck driven by Zachary Rose and owned by Payless Concrete.
The last 40 years have been a roulette wheel of changing opinions and positions for the Idaho Supreme Court with regard to the subrogation and reimbursement rights of an employer or its workers’ compensation carrier when there is employer negligence. However, the white ball representing the...Read More
Following an election cycle in which illegal immigration became a touchstone issue, it seems only appropriate that claims handlers and subrogation professionals have a clear understanding of the many nuances involving workers’ compensation claims made by undocumented employees.
Now that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed Senate Bill 1160 into law, it's time for the bill to enter the "rule-making" phase. That's when legislation either gets its teeth or gets its teeth kicked in.
Just when you thought that the level of judicial and legislative apathy and/or ignorance with regard to the huge financial benefits of workers’ compensation subrogation for businesses and the economy couldn’t get any higher, the Montana Supreme Court just lowered the bar even fur...Read More