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Insurance Academy – Presenting – Webinar Tomorrow 130 PM Eastern

Insurance Journal’s Insurance Academy Presentation by James J Moore The Insurance Academy that is part of the Insurance Journal invited me to do a free-form presentation tomorrow at  1:30 PM Eastern.   I decided to do one on how sub-contractors and contractors have been shut out of contracts for a .01

Business Insurance Closes – Bummer – Update – Now Back Open

Business Insurance Closed – Update – They Are Back Open  Business Insurance was always a great publication that I read for many years.   They had recruited some of the best reporters in the business.    I referenced their information occasionally when I wrote my articles. Stephanie Goldberg was one of my

James Moore Presenter Insurance Academy Webinar On Adjusters

James Moore Presenter Insurance Academy Webinar – Adjusters J&L Risk Management Consultants founder James Moore will be presenting a very unique and informative webinar on July 14th, 2016. The sponsor of the webinar is The Insurance Journal’s Insurance Academy. The title of the webinar is  “Make the Work Comp Adjuster

Alabama and Mississippi – Bad Faith Case From Workers Comp Claim

Alabama and Mississippi Bad Faith Springs From WC Claim  Alabama and Mississippi had a bad faith case filed from a Workers Comp claim. Adjusters are usually protected from any type of Workers Comp mistake or oversight.  The Exclusive Remedy doctrine has always protected other parties including employers, adjusters, and other

Insurance Journal – Congrats on Perfect Predictions for 2013

Insurance Journal Predictions Spot On The Insurance Journal came out with a prediction for 2013 that when now analyzed makes the publication have insurance credibility.    Their cyber-risk predictions were spot on.  (It is sometimes necessary to veer off from Workers Compensation when something occurs that stands way out from

PMSI Progressive Medical Merger – Small WC Companies Fading?

PMSI and Progressive Medical Merger Causes Workers Comp Buzz PMSI and Progressive Medical Merger shows that small WC companies  may not exist much longer in the insurance landscape.  The buzz at the end of last week and over the weekend was the surprising merger of two Workers Comp service titans.

Workers Comp Systems Are Antiquated At Best

Workers Comp Systems One of my main concerns in working with clients is the basically outdated Workers Comp systems that have to be trudged through to even perform basic operations.  This article on outdated Workers Comp systems analyzed what Workers Comp claims workers already knew – most systems are severely

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