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What employers should expect from an insurance agent

My fellow Institute of WorkComp Professionals educator wrote this article to summarize items that an employer should expect from their insurance agent when it comes to helping the employer to manage their workers compensation insurance program. 1,446 more words

When to Hire Workers Compensation Lawyers?

The main task of workers compensation lawyers is to represent those who have suffered an accident at the workplace and the employer is not agreeing on this. 276 more words

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What is a Fair Work Comp Settlement in Minnesota?

This is a question that I am asked frequently, by my own clients and often by people who don’t have an attorney and are dealing with an insurance company on their own. 1,003 more words

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WorkSafeNB taking 'calculated risk' in how it collects funds

WorkSafeNB is making temporary changes to how it collects funds from employers in an effort to offset costs that continue to rise, however the organization admits it isn’t without risk. 333 more words

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Striving for world class

By Bill Teets, BWC Communications Director

It is no secret that successful organizations have a strong sense of direction and purpose. At the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, we want to be a world class insurer. 555 more words

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House Bill 1840 Seeks to Resurrect Workers' Compensation IREs

by Karl Voigt

The Pennsylvania legislature has exerted its first effort to resurrect Impairment Rating Evaluations (IREs). These evaluations for years served to limit worker’s compensation wage loss benefits to 604 weeks, potentially leaving disabled workers with no source of income. 77 more words

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Collaboration among states improves program

By Kendra DePaul, BWC Other States Coverage Manager

In late August, underwriting consultant Julie Phillips and I traveled to the User’s Conference for Other States Coverage. 529 more words

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