Recently, I viewed a webinar on home ergonomics advice from ErgoSmith that is owned by Mindy Smith. I have seen her present at least five or six times… Read more »
I would like to put forth a modest proposal. What if workers’ compensation were used only for work-related injuries?… Read more »
On Friday, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released its opinions concerning three petitions for mandamus that arose out of an action for contempt.
Discovery can be a tricky subject, even for experienced attorneys.
The conduct of discovery in… Read more »
Two news items hit the virtual desk: Hospitals will lose more than $50 billion this year, and consolidation among hospitals and health systems is continuing, isn’t improving quality, and… Read more »
Remember the "bad old days?”
Having been in the industry for more than 30 years,… Read more »
A workers’ compensation bill filed in the Illinois House on Friday provides that “no compensation shall be awarded to a claimant for death or disability arising out… Read more »
I tend to spend some of his evenings, long after the house and the world outside the front door have gone quiet, sipping Buffalo Trace… Read more »
I accidentally bumped into a recent COVID-related bill offered in the Arkansas House within the last couple of weeks that looked at first blush employee-friendly.
“The face is a picture of the mind with the eyes as its interpreter.”
— Marcus Tullius Cicero, Roman philosopher (106-43 BC)
Mar 11, 2021
CWCI is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our 57th Annual Meeting, which will …
Mar 16, 2021
Overview: The Shoulder is the 2nd most often injured body part for injured workers. There are a va …
Mar 18-20, 2021
WILG® has put together a two-day event to educate workers’ compensation claimants’ attorneys on le …