West Virginia was the most recent state to convert from a monopolistic state fund to an open voluntary market. The first two years 2006 – 2008 claims were handled by Brickstreet Insurance Company. Other than misclassified companies, the conversion has been successful.
Ohio Appeals Court Decision Could Change BWC A recent Ohio Appeals Court Decision against the Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC) may possibly start the progression
Mississippi Court Uses Walsh Jurisdictional Test (Sort Of) Alabama and Mississippi were the two choices for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. (See yesterday’s article
Workers Comp Privacy Mistakes Corrected For Now In North Carolina North Carolina’s Workers Comp privacy advocates had a field day earlier this year. I
Greenbrier County Joins West Virginia Risk Pool Originally, the West Virginia Risk Pool was created to provide property and liability coverage to its counties all
West Virginia WC Doing Much Better The insureds in West Virginia used to keep us busy questioning how their Workers Comp premiums had been calculated.
Travelers West Virginia Workers Comp The State of West Virginia added in a new major player to its workers comp market. I have read a number
West Virginia Employer Premium Question We received a call today from West Virginia employer who was inquiring about our services. The caller was having trouble
West Virginia Conference – More Thoughts The West Virginia Conference article from 4/08/08 (continued.) Outside of the Mandolidis decision, I thought that the insurance carriers
The Mandolodis Decision Part II The Mandolodis decision was discussed heavily at West Virginia Workers Comp Conference. On 04/08/08 I attended the West Virginia Workers
West Virginia Workers Comp News A great Workers Comp news article from West Virginia started a buzz on the newly converted state. I ran across an
Workers Comp Environment Changes The Workers Comp environment is changing in West Virginia.We are now closing in on West Virginia Workers Comp having an open