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The Superior Court of New Jersey affirmed a workers’ compensation judge’s ruling that required an employer to reimburse its employee for the employee’s prescription use of medical marijuana.
Ironshore’s Dave Standish explains some of the top risks associated with collecting biometric data, from liability and the legal landscape to how to protect against a data breach.
A look at recent court decisions and how their rulings have an impact on risk management and the insurance industry.
While safety efforts have been dedicated to preventing falls or crushing injuries, more can be done to prevent these five common work injuries.
Because health care plays a big role in workers’ compensation, it is no surprise that the idea of pricing transparency is starting to trickle into the industry.
A new study from QBE and Village Capital highlights the highly positive impact Insurtech is having on the industry and the customers it serves.
When an elderly man was scammed out of $100,000 by an insurance scheme, the courts were called upon to intervene.
Insurtech continues to bring promise of disruption and innovation to the industry, as one expert expects a transition from big numbers to big data, allowing for a more granular approach to pricing risks.
Eric Sanders talks technology, building a career in the industry and his new role as head of claims at QBE.
Silvia Sacalis of Healthesystems details the different aspects of holistic care for injured workers and why each is important for a successful return-to-work.
This risk manager wants to see the risk management profession become as respected a career path as being a banker, lawyer or engineer.
Data has linked MSDs to opioid overdoses. But there may be hope yet: implementing proper ergonomic practices.
ADI Worldlink, a global technology firm, was facing two lawsuits from its employees. When its insurer refused coverage, Worldlink turned to the court for answers.
When a worker alleged a co-worker sexually assaulted her while on the job, her employer said under state law, she had exclusive legal remedy.
When refining a return-to-work program, employers can often overlook this one, crucial element: The interactions medications have on their injured workers.
New laws and rapidly evolving employee needs are changing how employers execute and deliver disability and leave-of-absence programs.
For workers’ comp program administrators, keeping up with constantly changing legislation is a hefty task. Here are a few key trends to get started.
Erica Fichter of Broadspire, a Crawford Company, details some of the top strategies used to get injured workers back to work and productivity.
Kohl’s Department Stores knew a reactive approach in claims management wouldn’t help them achieve their goals. So they got proactive.
A freight carrier accused of price fixing is on the hook for its defense after late notice was given to its insurance company.