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December 2019

WCRI Aging Worker Injury Study versus My Assumptions – Who Wins?

WCRI Aging Worker Injury Study Goes Up Against My Assumptions From Experience Andy over at WCRI was kind enough to provide me with a recent Flash Report to read over.  The WCRI aging Worker injury study covers many of the subjects I have noticed in Workers Comp claim with aging

Frontline Adjusters vs. C-Level Claims Mgmt – Great Rising Medical Survey

Frontline Adjusters Surveyed by Rising Medical Solutions – Free Copy of Results Rising Medical Solutions surveyed frontline adjusters,  and other personnel had their turn at the mic last year.   Rising invited any frontline claims  personnel to take their survey last year. I added in an article pleading with adjusters and

2020 Self Insured Workers’ Comp Resolutions – Staying the Course

2020 Self Insured Workers Comp Resolutions – Not Changing Success  The 2020 Self Insured Workers Comp Resolution centers around sustaining success in your program and fixing a few issues that may be costing you dearly.   Some of these resolutions come from the old resolutions.  Search self-insured resolutions for suggestions from

2020 Workers Comp Resolutions – Make Your List Now And Check It Twice

2020 Workers Comp Resolutions – Starting With A Clean Slate  Your 2020 Workers Comp resolutions begin with the obvious – start the list now in late 2019.   I usually build off the previous years’ lists.  Next week, I will publish a list for self-insureds.  This year let us start with

Employers Cheat Themselves On Workers Comp Claims – Four Ways

Employers Cheat Themselves  On Claims Without Realizing It – Ways To Stop Now The four ways that employers cheat themselves on Workers Comp claims cause many insureds and self-insureds to pay extra without realizing it.  Follow along as I cover each of them. In summary form, the four ways are:

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