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It is important to understand the potential benefits and risks of marijuana as it relates to conditions commonly seen in injured workers, including acute and chronic pain.
Motor carriers commonly request MCS-90 Endorsements from their insurance companies. In Old Republic Risk Management’s most recent blog, they explore how the MCS-90 relates to a motor carrier’s insurance policy.
Design professionals face many risks that can jeopardize a project’s success. Presented by Travelers.
The dynamic cyber risk landscape demands a stable insurance carrier with a prudent approach and an eye on the long road.
Only in recent years has the value of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) truly begun to materialize in workers’ compensation.
Catastrophic events like a storm surge create unique exposures for commercial properties. Presented by Travelers.
Part 2 of Maximizing Results from Your TPA series on how find new ways to optimize results from workers’ compensation programs.
There can be many challenges when constructing renewable operations. Presented by Travelers.
Global technology manufacturers face increasingly complex coverage challenges. Presented by Travelers.
Self-insured employers and those unbundling their claims handling from their insurance programs are continually seeking ways to optimize their results from their workers’ compensation programs.
Engle Martin’s adjusters stay ahead of potential claims by arriving as quickly as possible after a catastrophe strikes.
A narrow focus on overutilization leads to missed opportunities for cost containment.
Prolonged physical therapy and its excessive resulting spend is unintentionally encouraged by the traditional care model – too many visits, overutilization, and treating unrelated pain are just some of the side effects.
Over time, case management has developed a negative stigma, causing employers to often associate it with excessive dollar signs in the context of the claims continuum.
When it comes to large losses, experiencing a fair, impartial claims adjusting process is critical for both insurance carriers and their insureds.
A growing number of states have seen a rise in physician-dispensed drugs, a challenge that has been rapidly increasing in frequency over the last decade.
Early narcotic use is indicative of prolonged use, and the higher the initial dosage, the higher the ongoing use.
Awareness and concern for natural hazards has increased significantly in the past few years, both from internal risk management as well as insurance liability perspectives.