CT Supreme Court declared that a WC carrier has a “colorable claim of injury and a direct interest in the outcome” of a third-party action.
The Summit is the ongoing effort driving the “National Conversation” for the workers’ compensation industry, looking to identify weaknesses
What happens when a child loses a parent to a work-related fatality?
Based upon Stephen M.R. Covey’s bestselling book The Speed of Trust, would Florida's workers' compensation statutes be rated low trust?
At the 2016 ISIA meeting, the IL Dept. of Insurance, provided an update on their efforts to combat workers’ compensation insurance fraud.
Roger Williams, Virginia Commissioner, Passes
A true student of workers’ compensation and the law passed October 11, 2016. Roger lost a tough medical battle. A battle that he joked about, took in stride, and inspired with, in classic Roger style, Godspeed Roger. Read more.
Technology is always an interest for me. Recently, I saw a story about a major Internet company shifting their business model. It is worthy of discussion because their motivation may need to be a consideration for many of the rest of us.
Over twenty years ago, a company called Angie’s List started providing reviews of service providers on the Internet. In large part, the service afforded opportunities to rank and rate your plumber or other home repair contractor. Then, when someone was planning more repair or remodeling, they could peruse Angie’s List to see how others perceived various service providers that they had used. Read more.
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.