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Connecticut's Supreme Court rules that an insurance company paying a workers' comp claim can sue a third party who caused the injury for reimbursement.
Workplaces are changing from closed offices to open spaces. Here are the top five ergonomic trends you need to redefine your work space.
Does your workers' comp program have hidden disincentives to return to work? Here are 6 tips on removing those disincentives and cutting costs.
The Workers’ Compensation Institute's 71st annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference opened on Aug. 22 at the Orlando World Center Marriott in Florida.
The reach of wearable technology extends much further than just tracking health and fitness data. It can help control workers' comp costs and reduce injuries...
Musculoskeletal injuries result in pain, disability and financial stress for injured workers, and employers end up paying for them either directly or through workers' compensation.
Eleven charts reveal the top carriers in commercial auto, personal auto, D&O and stand-alone cybersecurity, among other product lines.
Fitch Ratings report sheds light on underwriting performance for this long-troubled line.
The deadline for entries for our Excellence in Workers’ Compensation Risk Management Award has been extended to June 24, 2016!
Automating Workers' Compensation payments can control costs, but it comes with risks and complications. Here's what you need to know.
The workplace is a lot different today than it was more than 100 years ago when Workers' Compensation was developed to protect employees.
Having a detailed road map of the most important factors to consider in the treatment of chronic pain can help guide injured workers, clinicians, claims...
State investigators say California trucking company owners lied to their Workers' Comp carrier about the number of truck drivers they employed.
Workers Compensation Research Institute looks at effect of reform in 18 states.
The state Supreme Court has ruled that Florida's mandatory attorneys' fee schedule in Workers' Compensation cases is unconstitutional.
The top 25 carriers brought in more than $57 billion in direct premiums written.
The minimal increase is thanks to a settlement between the Division of Insurance’s State Rating Bureau, the Workers’ Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau, and the...
The changing nature of their profile could leave high-net-worth individuals exposed to significant risks. Fortunately, there are steps they can take to protect themselves.
Workers’ Comp carriers have been slow to adopt automated fraud detection technology because of resistance to change, reliance on manual processes, limited IT resources, and...
A tractor trailer full of beer drove itself down Colorado's I-25 last week with nobody behind the wheel.
The accord requires VW to buy back cars with 2.0-liter diesel engines armed with so-called defeat devices used to beat emissions tests.