- One Call Care Management buys language services provider 3iCorp.com
One Call Care Management L.L.C., a provider of specialized cost containment services to the worker’s compensation industry, has completed its acquisition of San Diego-based 3iCorp.com, a language services company.
- Ore. workers comp self-insurance trust must increase security deposit
Oregon’s largest workers compensation self-insurance trust, with about 200 employer members, must increase its security deposit by Aug. 7 or face decertification, potentially leaving its members liable for existing claims.
- School risk manager who blew whistle on funds use can amend lawsuit
A Texas school district risk manager who alleged that he was terminated for complaining about his employer’s plan to raid its self-insured workers compensation and health insurance funds to build a football stadium press box can pursue his case on a…
- Ohio employers battle court-set workers compensation rates
Imagine a trial court lacking actuarial sophistication supplanting an underwriter’s expertise in setting workers compensation insurance rates.
- COMMENTARY: Growth of pain medication abuse requires diverse solutions
Much more needs to be done about pain medication misuse and addiction.
- Deaths of temporary workers prompt OSHA to ramp up safety procedure campaign
With employers hiring more temporary workers, safety needs to be improved to prevent injuries and deaths among contract employees, experts say.
- Humana sues Farmers over Medicare secondary payer practices
Humana Inc. has filed four federal lawsuits against Farmers Insurance Group of Cos. arguing that it is entitled to reimbursement from Farmers for benefits that Humana paid for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D plans.
- Cop seeks workers comp benefits over video gone viral
A former cop for the University of California, Davis is seeking workers compensation benefits for a psychiatric injury after a video that showed him dousing seated, unarmed student protesters with pepper spray went viral.