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For the savvy risk professional, the one charged with great power to protect construction workers and the bottom line, becoming a mitigation hero is more than a necessity — it’s a responsibility.
A injured student at a martial arts studio claims he is an employee for the purposes of workers’ comp.
Newly-formed national association ARAWC works to create viable options to the traditional workers’ comp system.
Key workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
Researchers say some modern countertop materials are causing deadly lung ailments.
Transportation safety organization is pushing for electronic logbook devices to help fight fatigue-related accidents.
Top safety group believes requiring companies to electronically report injuries and illnesses may do more harm than good.
Veteran leaders helm the 2014 NWCDC advisory board.
Legal partnerships among same-sex couples are creating a new exposure for workers’ comp payers.
Key workers’ comp regulatory developments from around the country.
Experts warn that by 2018 specialty drug costs could rise to 50 percent of total drug costs for workers’ comp payers.
Learn how to help adjusters achieve good results for payers and workers’ compensation claimants.
A Grand Jury report suggest that workers’ comp premium fraud in New York is rampant.
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.
New members join the advisory board of the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo, from the employer, insurance, and legal communities.
The growing trend of compound drug prescribing raises safety concerns and obscures costs.
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.