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Quick-thinking nurse case managers solve a medical mystery and save a man’s life.
A look at the latest court decisions impacting the insurance industry.
A new study from CNA Risk Control dives into the root causes of slips and falls, promoting floor safety through maintenance and risk awareness.
NWCDC 2017 offers an array of diverse solutions to the challenges facing the workers’ compensation and disability realm.
Aon Benfield cites growth opportunities as technology becomes more and more integrated into the industry.
One case manager found a way to ground her free-spirited patient without dampening his independent streak.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Frank Russo integrated risk management throughout his company, building a strong and collaborative risk culture.
Joseph J. Mazza has cut repetitive motion workers’ comp claims in half by training in ergonomics.
A Kentucky Supreme Court ruling confirms and codifies employee choice in matters of pharmacy.
The AAMGA and NAPSLO merged to create the Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association — a member services organization servicing the wholesale, specialty and surplus lines industry.
This year’s presentations offer timely and diverse solutions to the challenges facing the workers’ compensation and disability realm.
For more than a week, Tropical Storm Harvey left devastation in its wake. What will businesses face in the aftermath?
Data from the first half of the year shows a healthy appetite for mergers and acquisitions.
A workers’ comp insurer lost its bid to keep the details of a high profile case out of the media.
Inexperience and high turnover rates among youth workers are safety risks. Employers must continue to seek out training methods to prevent injury.
An injured employee left company premises before drug and alcohol testing could be administered. But a court said he wasn’t to blame.