GENEX has released a new whitepaper addressing data security concerns for the workers’ comp industry.
OSHA issued nearly $80K in fines to an Atlanta-area commercial lamination company.
New WCRI data shows that claims costs in Texas grew more slowly than almost any other study state.
Wash Post published an editorial on worker deaths in Qatar in light of the FIFA scandal.
This month’s Women in Comp featured executive is Melissa Campesi, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Louisiana Commerce and Trade Association Self-Insurer’s Fund (LCTA). Campesi sat down with Louisiana Comp Blog to discuss her impressive and varied career, plus her unique blend of rural and urban sensibilities and LCTA’s new plan to convert from an SIF to a standard carrier.
The state Senate Health and Welfare Committee advanced a measure this week that could lead to Louisiana expanding Medicaid in some form under the ACA.
Preliminary data from NCCI has revealed that workers’ comp insurers industry-wide are posting the first underwriting profit since 2006.
NOAA announced a quieter than usual prediction for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season.
Van Ness Feldman has announced that former Senator Mary Landrieu will be joining the firm as a Senior Policy Advisor.
A new NCCI study released yesterday analyzes the relationship between accident report lag and increased claim costs.