CA: CWCI Continues Case Law Series With 2011 Update

The California Workers’ Compensation Institute has announced it will conduct a one-day case law seminar in May in both Long Beach and San Francisco. The program will examine how recent trends in decisional law are reshaping California workers’ compensation, and discuss appropriate negotiation...

Illinois Workers’ Comp Reform: An Interview With Mark Walls, Assistant VP - Claims, Safety National

In this Emerging Issues Analysis article now available on the LexisNexis Bookstore for purchase, Karen C. Yotis, Esq. examines the 2011 legislative reforms to Illinois workers’ compensation from a claims-handling perspective, as explained to her in an interview with Mark Walls, the Assistant Vice...

Illinois Workers’ Comp Reform: An Interview With Mark Walls, Assistant VP - Claims, Safety National

In this Emerging Issues Analysis article now available on the LexisNexis Bookstore for purchase, Karen C. Yotis, Esq. examines the 2011 legislative reforms to Illinois workers’ compensation from a claims-handling perspective, as explained to her in an interview with Mark Walls, the Assistant Vice...

“Please Sir, I Want Some More”: Latest IAB Appeal Case in Delaware & the Inadequacy of UR Decisions

First, some good news. The Roberts family has expanded by one. I hope to have a picture of our newest addition in the coming days. Another rescue cat-this one a kitten named "Cruiser" after the police vehicle which took him in style to the shelter. He is 3 months old and strongly resembles...

“Please Sir, I Want Some More”: Latest IAB Appeal Case in Delaware & the Inadequacy of UR Decisions

First, some good news. The Roberts family has expanded by one. I hope to have a picture of our newest addition in the coming days. Another rescue cat-this one a kitten named "Cruiser" after the police vehicle which took him in style to the shelter. He is 3 months old and strongly resembles...

California: You Better Be Ready to Lawyer Up!

Most people involved with California’s workers’ compensation system would say that over the past twenty years, the process has become increasingly litigious. There can be little question that the issues have become increasingly technical. The workers’ compensation practitioner now must...