Workers' Compensation

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Five Good Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Miss WCRI’s 31st Annual Conference
Posted on 6 Feb 2015 by Karen C. Yotis

Anyone familiar with the Workers Compensation Research Institute’s 31-year history of providing the data and analysis that industry mavericks rely upon to understand, manage and effect real change have come to expect WCRI conferences to provide... Read More

Court Denies Writ of Review of Enriquez En Banc Opinion (Air Ambulance Services): Cal. Comp. Cases August Advanced Postings (7/30/2014)
Posted on 30 Jul 2014 by California Compensation Cases Staff

Here’s the first batch of advanced postings for August 2014 issue of Cal. Comp. Cases. Lexis.com and Lexis Advance subscribers can link to the case to read the complete headnotes and summaries. © Copyright 2014 LexisNexis. All rights... Read More

Successes and Failures of Fee Schedules: How Medical Providers Circumvent Fee Schedule-Related Revenue Losses
Posted on 1 Apr 2013 by John Stahl

By John Stahl, Esq. Any first-semester political science major can tell you that government regulation is a common method for controlling what a business can charge for goods or services. Fee schedules provide this price control regarding workers’... Read More

Medical Costs Impact Workers’ Compensation Premiums Less Than Widely Believed
Posted on 14 Mar 2014 by John Stahl

It’s the Labor Market, Stupid A significant flaw regarding how many experts have analyzed factors that determined the economic costs of workers’ compensation insurance coverage was that these professionals limited their scope to the long... Read More