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Regulatory trends can leave a lasting impact on workers’ comp. The economy and technological advancement are two ways in which the industry is changing. But that’s not all.
Protests at Google show the very real threat internal reputation can pose if employees feel their company no longer has their best interests in mind.
Sean O’Connell, Jason Wren and Wendy Sue Ash join Aon’s Construction Service Group.
In just four years, Starbucks Coffee Company changed the way workers’ comp claims were handled by placing the process in the hands of their partners.
After implementing an early intervention program, one company brought its $2 million musculoskeletal discomfort bill down to under $500. Here’s how they did it.
Program sector professionals will exchange ideas about the growing sector at the annual TMPAA Summit in Scottsdale, Ariz. in late October.
After gaining injuries from an oil well explosion, one worker was denied the possibility to file a negligence claim due to exclusive remedy laws.
Miami-Luken Inc. was left without insurance coverage after the West Virginia Attorney General sued it for being part of a pill-mill pushing scheme.
After getting injured on the job, one juvenile detention officer was fired when she could no longer fulfill her role’s duties. In court, she argues wrongful termination due to disability discrimination.
Comorbid conditions have been known to lengthen claims due to high medical costs and increased risk of litigation. Enter the nurse case manager, a few healthy tricks up their sleeve.
Because gun violence is unpredictable, risk managers need to keep on top of any exclusions their active shooter insurance might hold.
Mass shootings result in nominal damage to infrastructure. Yet, property owners still choose to tear down and rebuild places where violence occurred.
One rancher failed to provide workers’ compensation for the family of a deceased employee, so the family turned to the legal system.
After narrowly escaping being hit by a moving vehicle, one man sought basic reparation benefits. But his home state of Kentucky didn’t find him eligible.
A rogue letter left Johnson & Bryan Inc. $80,000 short after a J&B mail room clerk misplaced an important claims letter.
A workers’ compensation claims professional can learn a thing or two about injury from the nurses who manage their claims.
2018 Risk All Star Alumine Bellone’s due diligence aided Ardent Health Services in a successful year of growth and acquisition, going from 14 hospitals in three states to 31 in seven.
After a worker is accused of sexual abuse, his employer’s insurer must cover defense against claims of negligence.
One Department of Public Works worker found that he could not file a negligence claim against his employer after already receiving workers’ compensation.
It was a tough lesson learned in court: When a company holds facilities in multiple jurisdictions, an insured is most prepared when it knows under which jurisdiction its policies live.