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Extended full employment means that eventually, frequency and severity in workers’ compensation will rise.
New York is a nightmare for construction insurance carriers.
A flight attendant’s injury from a turbulent flight is the latest in a lengthy list of prior accidents.
Obesity’s classification as a disease raises a host of new risk management challenges.
Training programs for claims practitioners are in need of improvement.
Public safety employees face higher risk, but tend to flout safety rules.
The crop of 2013 Teddy Award winners have been creative in advancing worker safety.
Comparisons of state workers’ comp systems are flawed by mismeasurement.
Have the construction slowdown and other issues increased exposures?
A 33-year-old agro-economist’s travel to Afghanistan ends in tragedy.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Simple solutions have positive impacts on construction safety.
Highlights of the 2013 NWC&D Conference® and Expo in Las Vegas.
Baby boomers are delaying retirement, which has benefits as well as risks for employers.
Something just didn’t seem right about the factory worker’s claim.
Experts discuss ways to monitor and manage specialty health care spending.
The worst of times is over. Maybe that’s not saying very much.
Treatment delays and other effects of health care reform implementation blind-side a deal between a regional employer and a health care system.
The legislators who voted against the 2013 Oklahoma workers’ comp reforms have now filed a lawsuit with the state supreme court. This kind of action is hurting injured workers and driving jobs away.
Texas and Oklahoma represent models of successful alternatives to the national workers’ comp system. It’s time for employers in other states to organize and follow suit.
For Stephen V. Festa, metrics matter for better claims management.