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Court decision: OSHA not legally bound by five-year look back for repeat violations

A recent court decision indefinitely extending the time limitation for OSHA to assess repeat violations has serious implications for employers. The case, Triumph Construction Corp. v. 486 more words

What is a Chronic Pain Management Program?

When I was 8 years old, my father hurt his back.  He had herniated discs at two different levels.  He declined surgery and chose to treat his injury with physical therapy and traction. 231 more words

The Morris Law Firm

Ex-Chipotle Manager Gets Nearly $8M For Wrongful Termination

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A California jury has awarded nearly $8 million dollars to the former manager of a Chipotle Mexican Grill who was framed for theft and wrongly fired. 111 more words


On November 15, 2017 after a MOCK pretrial hearing in Lancaster County with Judge Thomas Stine, I made a call to ESIS the Worker’s Compensation administration for now Charter Spectrum. 230 more words

Workers Compensation

Work-related injuries can increase a company's healthcare costs through underreporting and on-going care

Two new studies came to a troubling finding: the usual method of studying reported injuries using workers’ comp records may underestimate the true number of injuries due to underreporting and use of group health insurance. 428 more words

Celebrate National Nurses Week, Day: May 6 - 12

Nurses: Inspire, Innovate, Influence

By Mary Charney, BWC Director of Nursing

Inspire, Innovate, Influence. That’s the theme for National Nurses Week, which runs from Sunday, May 6, to Saturday, May 12 (National Nurses Day celebrating Florence Nightingale’s birthday). 575 more words

Ohio Bureau Of Workers' Compensation

It Is Raining Lawsuits in 2018

A North Bay Business Insurance Update

We live in a society where there are more lawyers than doctors. It seems that the typical response when someone has been damaged is to hire a lawyer and threaten a lawsuit. 279 more words