It’s a topic that gets much buzz – how will the cloud of legislation surrounding recreational and medical marijuana use impact businesses?
CMS moved forward with requests for proposal regarding the WCRC contract by releasing a full solicitation notice before the holidays.
At the 2017 PARMA Conference, a panel discussed cyber liability concerns for public entities.
Despite much confusion, calculating temporary disability (TD) can be easy—and fun—if we keep a few simple rules in mind.
Work Comp claims matters intended by legislature to be summary & remedial actions. Accelerated justice does have its consequences on appeal.
It is that time of year! We are excited to share that registration is open for the 72nd Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference! Our team has been working tirelessly to ensure that this year’s conference is...
On February 16, 2017, the Supreme Court of Florida rendered its opinion In Re: Amendments to the Florida Evidence Code, Case No. SC16-181. The process leading to this decision began in the Florida Legislature, comprised of representatives and senators elected by the people of Florida. In 2012, those representatives amended the Florida Evidence Code to change the legal standard for admitting expert conclusions into evidence. That bill was signed by the Governor of Florida, and many would, relying upon their civics lessons growing up, conclude that such would thereafter be the law. This was discussed in this blog last May in Daubert Better Explained.
There are a great many decisions handed down each week in American workers' compensation. There are over fifty jurisdictions, inhabited by hundreds of millions of people, and disputes arise. Some quickly resolve, some are mediated away, trial adjudicators are charged with others, a handful see appellate review, and an exceptional few attract the attention of any jurisdictions highest court. Adjudications are written for the parties to that case, it is how they learn the outcome.