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February 2021

Workers Comp COVID-19 Vaccinations – Part of Return To Work

Employers Require Return to Work Workers Comp COVID-19 Vaccinations? I started pondering how the Workers Comp COVID-19 vaccination process would work if an employee were returning to work with or without vaccination. This morning, I was reading a blog post from a Law Professor from Wyoming University.  I found it

Workers Comp Test Audits – Pain or Preventative Measure

Workers Comp Test Audits – What Are They – Necessary Evil? Not too long ago, I had thought that Workers Comp test audits were not necessary and could be viewed as an intrusion on employer insureds’ busy schedules. Over time, I have come to realize that workers comp test audits

WCIRB 8871 Webinar – What California Insureds Need To Know

California’s Rating Bureau WCIRB 8871 Webinar Today – Some New Insights I just finished watching the WCIRB 8871 webinar.   The webinar was only 30 minutes.  Then again, how long can a group talk about the new classification code? Very few changes were introduced from the previous WCIRB 8871 webinar that

Workers Comp Website – 10 Things To Know When Switching Providers

Workers Comp Website – 10 Lessons Learned Since Last Week’s Switch J&L moved its workers comp website provider last week.  Many problems came up that need to be shared so that our article and newsletter readers will not have or be prepared for the same type of problems.  Our last

Workers Comp Zoom Presentation – Top Four Hard Lessons Learned

Workers Comp Zoom Presentation From Last Week – Lessons Learned  My Workers Comp Zoom presentation for the Academy of Insurance last week taught me a few lessons that came from doing a remote presentation.  I had used Microsoft Meetings and Zoom for meetings which had always gone well, or at

Experience Mod Increases While Loss Runs Show No Changes – WTR?

Upset Reader Says Experience Mod Increases – Loss Run Had No Changes   One noticeable complaint tread from our article and newsletter readers recently comes from Experience Mod increases while their company’s loss runs show no changes. Many of them have become clients to have J&L examine their loss runs compared

Workers Comp Allocated Expenses – Who Pays For Which Bills?

Workers Comp Allocated Expenses – The Hidden Premium Charges You May Not Owe A long-running debate still exists today on how workers comp allocated expenses are charged to employers’ accounts.  Let us cover the: Definition of the expenses Process of charging the allocated expenses to the employer’s Experience Mod Sources

Workers Compensation Presentations Kawasaki Technique

Workers Compensation Presentations And The Kawasaki Technique The basis for my current Workers Compensation presentations currently comes from a great book that I read when starting J&L Risk Management Consultants. The Kawaski presentation technique comes from the great book by Guy Kawasaki – The Art of The Start 2.0.   If

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