NAMSAP recently announced the speakers and agenda for its 2017 Annual Conference.
WorkersCompensation.com has begun a new series called “Undocumented, and Unprotected?” which assesses illegal immigration and workers’ comp.
Texas Mutual Insurance Company recently announced a grant of $10 million to policyholders affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Commercial insurance prices in the U.S. were again nearly flat during the second quarter of 2017.
Risk & Insurance workers’ comp columnist Roberto Ceniceros’ latest piece advocates for a “safe space” for injured workers returning to the job.
The Texas Division of Workers Compensation has named Timothy P. Riley as its deputy commissioner of compliance and investigations.
A new paper and data published in the Fall 2017 edition of the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, makes a strong case for looking at the opioid epidemic as one driver of declining labor force participation rates.
Though Louisiana has more jobs today than when the Great Recession began in 2007 and has increased economic output by 17 percent from 2000 to 2015, a new report from the Louisiana Budget Project shows some metro areas have fared better than others.
LCTA Workers’ Comp announced that it has fully acquired and integrated Risk Management Resources and created of a new subsidiary, LCTA Specialty Insurance Company.
A New Orleans East doctor has pleaded guilty to charges alleging that he ran a pill mill involving millions of doses of oxycodone over the course of about eight months by seeing 70 patients a day.