Judges say that former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper waited too long to file his claim seeking supplemental earnings benefits.
To save you time, here’s a sampling of workers' compensation and insurance news from around the country, each in 350 words or less.
Organizations serious about safety excellence focus on long-term value for both employees and contractors.
Some have even predicted the debate over medical marijuana could go a long way toward determining who wins the governor’s race.
Human testing of a second investigational Ebola vaccine candidate is under way at the National Institutes of Health's clinical center.
The World Series as an insurance risk
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By Joan Collier
Older and Cheaper
By Joan E. Collier
Let’s hear a cheer for old workers’ compensation claims and senior citizens.
According to research from the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI), medical payments for “old...
Michigan is in the midst of developing opioid guidelines that matter (and yes, some guidelines matter more than others). Guidelines that matter are specific, based on clinical evidence, and are tied to reimbursement.
What's the verdict on Ebola and workers' comp? We've gathered a roundup of what industry leaders are saying on this topic, as well as broader insurance issues.
I recently talked with a labor health and safety professional in Canada. She wanted to know if it made sense to recommend that infection control professionals defer to occupational health and safety professionals in decisions related to worker protection in the on-going response to Ebola in healthcare settings.
I know, you are as tired of reading about physician dispensing in work comp as I am writing about it. At last, there’s some very good news.