- Workers compensation auditor accused of defrauding employer
A West Virginia workers compensation auditor is accused of defrauding his employer, BrickStreet Mutual Insurance Co., after he allegedly allowed clients to underreport payroll to the Charleston, W.Va.-based insurer.
- Healthcare Solutions names COO Joe Boures as president
Healthcare Solutions Inc. has named Joe Boures as president, expanding on his current role as chief operating officer, the parent company of Cypress Care, ScripNet Inc. and Procura Management Inc. said in a statement Tuesday.
- Previous go-cart rulings a no-go in work comp case: Kansas high court
Kansas’ Supreme Court has reversed previous legal rulings that found in favor of a worker seeking workers compensation benefits for injuries sustained while driving a go-cart during a company-sponsored event.
- Yoga may become an alternative to pain meds in workers comp claims
Yoga is flexing its way into the workers compensation world.
- UP CLOSE: Chris Mandel
NASHVILLE, TENN.-BASED SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS
- Privileged information
In In Re: XL Specialty Insurance Co. and Cambridge Integrated Services Group Inc., an outside counsel for XL shared information about a workers comp claim with Cambridge, which was XL’s adjuster, and the employer.
- Montana, Texas employers seek to overturn attorney-client privilege rulings
Employers in Texas and Montana are expected to seek a legislative fix for state Supreme Court rulings that have restricted employers’ access to legal information in some workers compensation cases.