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Dear Community Members: The time has arrived for the LexisNexis Workers’ Compensation Law Center Staff to make selections for its annual Top 25 Blogs for Workers’ Compensation and Workplace Issues.
We want to hear your recommendations. Please logon to your free web center account to post your suggestions no later than October 19, 2009. If you haven't registered at our site yet, click here. Registration is free.
As always, we want to honor ongoing achievement by blogsites as well as point out the best newcomers.
This year we also want to bust some boundaries and take a look at untraditional blogs, including community blogs and microblogs.
We’ll even be taking a look at international blogsites.
Some of the things we review are: the quality of writing, frequency of posting, topics covered, interaction with the Internet community, format and design of blogsite, impact on workers' compensation and workplace issues, Google ranking and/or mentions by other sites.
The LexisNexis Workers’ Compensation Law Staff will review all comments and then make final determinations for the top 25 blogs and announce the honorees on the web center.
We look forward to hearing from you!
>Going strong for over a year now. It posts news and case analysis relevant to WC in Alabama.
I've received a suggestion to consider Jon Gelman's blog at workers-compensation.blogspot.com
I've received a suggestion to consider Cut Comp Costs' blog at www.cutcompcosts.com/.../blog.html
OUCH! rolandniemi.wordpress.com Authoritative voice of workers' comp in Kentucky
I've received a request to consider KCA's Workers' Compensation & Employment Law Blog, published by Keefe, Campbell & Associates in Illinois. See http://keefe-law.com/blog/
I nominate the LinkedIn group: WORKERS COMPENSATION FORUM.
This rapidly growing group currently has has over 1800 members. They represent variety of areas including attorneys, TPAs, carriers, regulators, brokers, journalists, etc. The message board is extremely active with discussions on a variety of topics. In addition, it's a great resource when you need suggestions on a complex issue. It's not a traditional blog, but it contains the essential elements of a great blog: Interesting content and expert contributors.
"Comp Time" by Roberto Ceniceros, Senior editor at Business Insurance.
is the url for senior editor Roberto Cenicero's blog on Workers Comp.
I've received the following message from a member of a LinkedIn group: "I would like to nominate Workers Compensation Forum on LinkedIn. The blog is interesting and informative with lively discussions on workers' compensations issues."
I've received a third request from a member of a LinkedIn group to consider the Workers' Compensation Forum on LinkedIn.
I've received a request from a member of LinkedIn group to consider Jon Gelman's blog.
I've received a request from a member of a LinkedIn group to consider Workers' Comp Insider. See www.workerscompinsider.com
I've received a request from a member of a LinkedIn group to consider Managed Care Matters (a blog by Joe Paduda). See http://www.joepaduda.com/
I've received a request to consider Judge Tom Talks at http://judgetom.blogspot.com/ This is Judge Tom Leonard of the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Court.