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Big doings in Delaware: The DE Supreme Court looking to objectively define "reasonable job search" and create a presumption on the issue of "displaced worker"?

Today is my birthday post. A big shout out to my Mom (we call her the Queen Mother) who gave me life several decades ago (and that's about all I have to say about my age). I love my life, my daughters, my husband and especially my new kitty (another grey tabby) who my daughter Caroline has unceremoniously...

NCCI’s State of the Workers’ Compensation Line 2012: The Struggle Continues

By John Stahl, Esq. The State of the Workers’ Compensation Line 2012 presentation at the National Council on Compensation Insurance Holdings. Inc.’s , (NCCI) 2012 Annual Issue Symposium discussed trends in workers’ compensation insurance premiums, claims frequency, and related statistics...

Medical Costs Impact Workers’ Compensation Premiums Less Than Widely Believed

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 list of usual suspects, which included pill mills...

What’s Really Behind the Decline in Workers’ Comp Claim Rates?

New study suggests improved safety is only partially the answer given the considerable shift of care from workers’ comp to private insurance coverage Thomas A. Robinson, J.D., the Feature National Columnist for the LexisNexis Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter , is the co-author of Larson’s...