This attorney says subrogation would be more equitable if the last phrase in Kentucky's statute could be repealed.
Mold from the St. Petersburg, Fla., office is making her and other workers sick, she says. And she can't find a doctor to treat her.
How can you watch a colleague’s back if he's working alone and out of sight?
Sun Life Acquires Prime Advisors
By Joan Collier
Sine Die and Deo Gratias. Most Legislative Sessions are Over.
By Joan E. Collier
Most of the state legislative sessions have now ended, so it’s a good time to review what did and did not happen regarding workers’ compensation initiatives.
Summer is supposed to be slow down time – this one is proving to be anything but. Worker’s comp: There are several acquisitions likely to be announced over the next few weeks, one relatively small one as early as today. When I get confirmation I’ll post. A couple are “tuck-ins”, additions that are seen as meshing well with existing businesses and/or add a strategic benefit.
The headline from workcompcentral today is Comp Industry Urged to Prepare for Medical Marijuana. As usual, it's a solid and informative article from a great source (and I'm not just saying that because PRIUM's own Mark Pew is quoted throughout). Nonetheless, I'm always concerned when I hear talk of medical marijuana that takes on a foreboding and troubling tone. I'm sure Sedgwick's Mr. Canavan meant no harm. And I have to admit that I wasn't present. But comments like, "You can blame New Mexico the next time you pay for medical marijuana" strike me as fodder for filling hotel ballrooms at conferences and not reflective of the actual medical and legal realities with which we're dealing.