A.M. Best has once again affirmed the “A- Excellent” rating for the financial strength of LUBA Workers’ Comp.
A multi-state manhunt to find a suspect who began his spree by killing three and wounding two at his workplace has ended.
The first class of military veterans in the Louisiana Veteran Entrepreneurship Program began coursework at the program’s inaugural “boot camp” at the Louisiana Business & Technology Center in LSU Innovation Park.
The freelance workforce grew from 53 million in 2014 to 55 million in 2016 and currently represents 35 percent of the U.S. workforce, according to new research.
Welcome to this month’s edition of Comp Medical News. FDA’s refusal to approve a new opioid, poor sleep’s effect on chronic pain, and $8,000 pain creams are your headlines for October 2017.
Recent research from the EEOC indicates that 75 percent of workplace harassment victims experienced retaliation when they reported it.
The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation will conduct a public hearing to discuss NCCI’s proposed overall statewide average workers’ compensation premium decrease of 9.6 percent today.
A new paper from NCCI explores medical inflation in the workers’ comp industry.
The Advocate reports that search and rescue operations for the worker missing after an oil rig explosion in Lake Pontchartrain Sunday are ongoing.
A new report analyzed by Assured Research indicates that up to 42 percent of workers’ comp premiums could disappear by 2030 due to automation.