When older workers are injured on the job, it may be in their best interest to file for permanent partial disability benefits.
More than 300 ergonomics practitioners were polled to learn about the training, skill and resource needs in the practitioners’ working area.
Ohio Supreme Court says Good Samaritan law applies to any person who administers emergency care or treatment at the scene of an emergency.
The latest study represents 87 percent of the workers’ compensation benefits paid in the United States.
To save you time, here’s a sampling of workers' compensation and insurance news, each in 350 words or less.
By Joan Collier
By Joan E. Collier
The 71st annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference is over. The four-day feast offered more speakers, more attendees, more presentations, more exhibitors, more sponsors, more partnerships, more volunteers and money for our service...
Not much, at least according to workers’ comp legend Frank Neuhauser. In an article published in last month’s Perspectives, the IAIABC journal, Neuhauser argues that workers’ compensation is no longer needed for 90% of America’s employees, as the workplace has become safer than the non-occ environment.
The Missouri PDMP watch goes on... I think CNN should have a clock for it. Instead of counting down to an event, the clock would continually count up, marking the years, months, days, hours, and minutes since Missouri became the only state without a law creating a Prescription Drug Monitoring Database. For the record, the District of Columbia enacted its own PDMP legislation on Saturday, February 22, 2014. So by my count, the clock would read: 2 years, 6 months, 7 days, 10 hours, 59 minutes, 32 seconds...