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The opportunities for potential workers’ comp fraud extends far beyond unscrupulous claimants.
Employers must take a proactive approach to keep older workers safe and productive on the job.
Compensability is in question when a worker is injured while crossing the street returning to work.
Workers comp legal developments from around the country.
A federal hiring push should help make a dent in the massive backlog of workers’ comp cases awaiting review.
A new budget provision will allow Medicaid programs to collect payment for care and services from third parties such as workers’ comp.
Workers’ comp practitioners aren’t required to convert to ICD-10 codes, but that could lead to chaos.
Sticky language in D&O property exclusions is causing headaches for some in the property and construction spaces.
A case of mistaken identity helps out a claims adjuster during an investigation.
More customers benefit from digital risk services from carriers and vendors.
Key workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
Federal safety authorities are working to address the sharp rise in fatalities in the communication tower industry.
Researchers estimate that workplace exposure is the source of up to 6 percent of all cancers worldwide.
Employer challenges claim for injury sustained during travel.
Speakers selected to present at the NWC will soon be notified.
Talent shortages and bidding wars undermine a construction company’s ability to stay competitive.
Key workers’ comp decisions from around the country.
The stress of filing workers’ comp claims may be compromising workers’ ability to recover from injuries.
New WCRI report helps track the effectiveness of workers’ comp policy changes.
Treatment costs for four new covered cancers may be up to $5 million a year.