Understanding Mental Health in Workers’ Compensation

Understanding Mental Health in Workers’ Compensation There is an extremely thin line that separates workers’ compensation and mental health. While both employers and insurers strive to reject mental health conditions as part of workers’ compensation coverage, claims for treatment due to work-related stress is increasing.  Working with an experienced workers compensation

Protect Your Business from Unnecessary Employee Treatment Costs with Medical Cost Containment

Protect Your Business from Unnecessary Employee Treatment Costs with Medical Cost Containment According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 2.8 million incidences of workplace injuries in 2019. The cost of these injuries according to the U.S. National Security Council is $171.00 billion. With that said, it would be safe

What You Need to Know About Occupational Diseases and Workers’ Compensation

What You Need to Know About Occupational Diseases and Workers' Compensation Whenever a topic about workers’ compensation is raised, many people almost always associate it with benefits employees receive as a result of injuries sustained from work-related accidents. While it is true, not really all work-related injuries are caused by accidents.

Handling Workplace Injury: An Employer’s Quick Guide to the Workers’ Comp Process

Handling Workplace Injury: An Employer’s Quick Guide to the Workers’ Comp Process As an employer, your employees’ safety is one of your top concerns, and creating a safe workplace is certainly a major component of your investment. It is necessary because you have a business to protect and basically because it is

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