President Trump announced his intention to nominate Marvin Kaplan of Kansas to the National Labor Relations Board), tipping the scales conservative.
WCRI published six new state studies that compare outcomes of injured workers and nine other states.
The June Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council meeting, originally scheduled for tomorrow, has been cancelled out of an abundance of caution due to Tropical Storm Cindy.
Property Casualty 360 addressed five new developments in medical marijuana that could affect insurers.
Average hourly earnings for all employees increased 2.5 percent, and average weekly earnings were up 2.5 percent over the year ended May 2017, according to new Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers.
The latest episode of A.M. BestTV addresses new technology that can aid independent insurance adjusters.
Welcome to “Marginal Interests,” a series highlighting the varied reading habits of the local comp community. This time, we spoke to Trey Mustian, attorney with Stanga & Mustian and President of Louisiana Workers’ Advocates.
The state’s chief economist says Louisiana has clawed its way back from an 18-month recession.
A decision in the Florida First District Court of Appeal has allowed a claimant to proceed with a case questioning the constitutionality of the state’s maximum comp rate, according to a report in WorkCompCentral.
MedPage Today has published a list of seven a-typical ways that the fight against opioid abuse has evolved.