Woman pleaded guilty to workers’ compensation fraud after her Facebook postings proved she was working while collecting benefits.
To save you time, here’s a sampling of workers' compensation and insurance news from around the globe, each in 400 words or less.
Workers’ compensation, however, may have ended 2012 slightly deficient by about 1.2 percent of carried reserves.
Health care executives say their biggest fear is a sharp slowdown in health care spending. Others worry about more regulations, unrest.
In West Virginia, close to one in every 10 people aged 18 to 64 was receiving SSDI benefits from the federal government.
26th Annual Earle Zehmer Moot Court Competition is set for August 18 and 19 at the 68th annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference.
GOP Questions Fundraising for Obamacare
Alabama Corrects Vehicle Title Snafu
N.M. Changing Its Plans For Health Exchange
Tennessee City Debates Red Light Cameras
Oregon To Bill Insurances For Emergency Runs
Lafourche Parish Plans $6M in Flood Projects
By Joan Collier
Thoughts From Bob Hartwig’s Presentation at NCCI AIS
By Joan E. Collier
Insurance Information Institute President Bob Hartwig gave his trademark high energy presentation at today’s NCCI Annual Issues Symposium in Orlando. Some highlights from “Moving Beyond the Great Recession: Recovery, Uncertainty...
The Wisconsin Association of Worker’s Compensation Attorneys (WAWCA) just held its tenth annual worker’s compensation seminar in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dennis Mealy, chief actuary for NCCI, has issued his state of the line report on workers compensation. There's a lot of good news for insurers, along with a few little red flags that might well morph into big banners of bad news.
Bolders bring out the best in us, and boulders consequently bring out the best in life - our relationships with others. That was the message that Aron Ralston delivered to an enraptured audience at NCCI's Annual Issues Symposium (AIS) yesterday.
Day One is concluding with a discussion of legislative and regulatory trends, a panel of legislators and then your devoted author discussing “Thieves, Profiteers, and Enablers”; the bad actors infesting workers comp.