Rising Medical Costs for Workplace Injuries Two Decades Ago The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recently released a study, “Medical Services for Claims 20 […]
Aging Workforce Has Far Less Negative Impact on Workers Comp Claims There is growing evidence that an aging workforce has a far less negative impact
An Update on Opioids and Impact on Workers Compensation Insurance Last month, in our blog, we discussed how prescriptions for certain opioid painkillers when included
Opioid Prescription Likely to Spawn Catastrophic Workers Comp Claims A recent report in the Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine concluded that when prescriptions for
Workers Compensation: Substance Abuse in the Workplace According to the American Council For Drug Education, one worker in four, between the ages of 18 to
Workers Comp Hit by Rates, Rising Medical Costs & Underwriting Losses In the last year or so, we have seen Workers Comp rates continually rise.
It’s not only that behemoth corporations that get hit with workers comp fraud. Smaller businesses are also victims of fraudulent claims. According to National Insurance
We all know that healthier employees result in fewer claims and job-related injuries. What’s more, a well-rested, alert employee is critical to safe and productive