Prevention is a key factor in controlling the cost of workers' compensation
, yet most insurance companies are not involved in it.
By mid-1991, we were making good progress in reducing the frequency of workers' compensation
The majority of physicians that perceived a decline in injured workers' access to care -- chiropractors, acupuncturists and orthopedic surgeons -- also reported a decline in their workers' compensation
patient volume since 2004.
If I were an insurer and were involved in insuring first responders, I would be concerned about emerging potential liability--one that's financially manageable but potentially affects pricing of workers' compensation
coverage because it adds a tail," said Robert Hartwig, executive vice president and chief economist with the Insurance Information Institute.
One special interest group, the so-called personal injury lawyers, is promoting ``re-regulation'' of workers' compensation
insurance rates as the cure to California's workers' compensation
Paul Durnan, Group Manager of the ABO Safety Group, said, "Historically, workers' compensation
was the stepchild of corporate property and casualty insurance.
The cost of workers' compensation
coverage -- once a negligible item in most companies' budgets -- has risen at such a dramatic rate that it is attracting increasing attention at the highest levels of corporate management," said David A.
Whether the reader is a novice searching for a historical perspective on workers' compensation
or an experienced professional fully conversant with the nuances of present day law and practice, this work is an important addition to your library.
It is thus extremely important for chief financial officers, corporate controllers, risk managers and other financial officers to understand workers' compensation
is an insurance holding company whose wholly owned subsidiary, SeaBright Insurance Company, operates as a specialty underwriter of multi-jurisdictional workers' compensation
Signature-gathering will start next week on putting workers' compensation
reform on the November ballot if state lawmakers don't act by Monday, a deadline set by Gov.
This is not meaningful reform and it's obvious to us that the House of Representatives cares very little that the business community continues to face a 52 percent increase in workers' compensation