We advise our clients, law students and seminar attendees to always pay attention to subrogation issues and to ensure close awareness, sometimes even intervening after… Read more »
To recover damages for past medical expenses in a personal injury lawsuit, a plaintiff must present evidence and prove that the medical expenses incurred were… Read more »
In Florida workers’ compensation most petitions for benefits (PFBs) must be mediated before they proceed to final hearing. In an effort to provide greater detail… Read more »
Should California extend special workers’ comp protections to day laborers?
That’s what Assembly Bill 206 would boil… Read more »
It is intriguing to experience the processes and procedures used by various states' workers' compensation systems. I recently had the opportunity to discuss the California… Read more »
Good to be back at work — and ready to opine on what 2018 holds for work comp. Here, in no particular order, are my educated… Read more »
Health care is changing really quickly and quite dramatically. Stuff we never would have thought of is happening every day.… Read more »
The Florida Office of Judges of Compensation Claims budget, divided by the number of petitions for benefits closed, reflects that the overall cost per PFB… Read more »
What were the top developments in California workers’ comp during 2017?
Every year (and at mid-year)… Read more »
In 2020, there will be 10% fewer claims than there are today.
In 2023, there will… Read more »
Jan 17, 2018
Overview: Words, and attitudes, have consequences. When it comes to employers and employees, an …
Jan 20, 2018
Overview: This program provides the six hours of "Special Requirement" training, within the 25 …
Jan 22-23, 2018
WorkCompCentral is proud to partner with MEDVAL to bring you this important seminar. The 2018 W …