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Issues related to inconsistency and turnover, authority and lack of data can undermine efforts to manage workers’ compensation litigation — and consequently result in increased...
Does your workers' comp program have hidden disincentives to return to work? Here are 6 tips on removing those disincentives and cutting costs.
The most-reported workplace injuries involve the hands, arms and shoulders, according to a study from Hartford Financial Services Group.
News from Seibels, EMC Re, Breckenridge and more.
National Underwriter Property & Casualty presents the awards for Excellence in Workers' Compensation Risk Management at the 71st annual Workers' Compensation Educational Conference.
News from Hanover Stone, FM Global, Lemonade and more.
The workforce is getting older, but that is good news for employers.
Pictures and more from National Underwriter's Winning Strategies for Workers' Compensation Risk Management panel and WCEC 2016's exhibit hall.
As more states legalize marijuana, and as medical use increases, employers and insurers face new challenges.
This past year, the world’s largest companies, including 18 property and casualty insurance companies, saw cumulative sales decline for the first time since 2010.
Ground-breaking changes benefit not only 18,000 employees, but the workers' comp program at Stater Bros. Market, a winner of National Underwriter's Excellence in Workers’ Compensation...
National Underwriter Property & Casualty talks to a father whose family's life was forever changed by the volunteers at Give Kids the World village in...
The Workers’ Compensation Institute's 71st annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference opened on Aug. 22 at the Orlando World Center Marriott in Florida.
Successful adjusters have a broad knowledge of law, contracts, medicine, engineering and much more.
News from Lockton, Integro, Aon Risk and more.
Openly addressing opioid abuse in the workplace is the first step to curbing it.
If the three-year-old lawsuit collapses, Uber would escape without any significant changes to its business model while keeping hundreds of thousands of California and Massachusetts...
The use of smart glasses and watches, as well as other devices designed to be worn, is going to boom in the next few years....
Four ways insurers can maximize resources and keep costs in line.
Problems experienced by internet users across the Eastern U.S. appear to have eased, with most sites back online after web-hosting services were invaded by hackers.
Barriers to online access can create liability risks under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Insurance pros should add 'website accessibility' to their risk checklists.