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A ConAgra employee, who contracted COVID-19 on the job and transmitted the virus to his wife, is suing the company for her death.
In part one of this two-part series, Michelle Despres of One Call shares how she broke her leg while on the job and what happened as she entered the workers’ comp space as an injured worker for the first time.
Power Broker Rose Ko shares her journey through the industry and the latest claims trends she’s seen in the workers’ compensation space.
Climate change poses immense safety risk to the workforce, says Jeff Rush of California JPIA. Employers must understand their exposures.
2022 Workers’ Comp Power Broker shares how he went from the carrier side to the broker side and how he fits into his unique role at Reagan Companies.
An emergency dispatcher suffering from PTSD seeks workers’ compensation for her mental injury but is denied.
Steve Love, CEO of SolePro, shares his journey to a career in brokering and the origins of his Insurtech company.
Travelers refused to pay air ambulance EagleMed’s fees after transporting injured workers to better equipped hospitals.
A new survey examines attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccination policies in the workplace.
From single-payer health care to medical marijuana reimbursement these are the legislative trends payers should be watching.
Are non-CMS approved MSAs still an option for settling parties? Differing opinions can leave settling parties at best confused, and at worst, stalled.
NCCI presenters detailed the findings of the 2022 State of the Line report at its annual event, held in-person this year.
A Traveler’s report found that 35% of workplace injuries occurred during a worker’s first year on the job.
As employers scramble to keep their businesses staffed, safety trainings that speak to the needs of underserved workers could be a key part to avoiding turnover due to injuries.
Newer and more innovative physical therapy approaches are making their way into the workers’ comp space.
With schools now re-opened, under-socialized children are acting out.
At RIMS 2022, Dorothy Riviere, chief clinical officer of Bardavon Health, spoke about PT and pain management, and the need to better educate injured workers.
When the season changes, so too do workers’ compensation risks.
2022 Workers’ Comp Power Broker Patrick Tyler walks Risk & Insurance® through the highlights of his career.
2022 Workers’ Comp Power Broker Ettie Schoor shares her journey through the industry, from working at a large brokerage to starting her own business.