The Best Tidbits of News from the Workers Comp World

Here are the best Tidbits of news from the Workers Comp world this week:


Broadspire® Donates $100,000 to the SOS Children's Village

Broadspire, a Crawford Company and leading third party administrator of workers compensation claims, liability claims and medical management services, recently raised $100,000 for the SOS Children’s Village – Florida during its 2012 Charity Golf Tournament. The second annual event, sponsored by 36 of Broadspire’s vendor partners, had record attendance, with 104 golfers enjoying a beautiful day on the course at the Diplomat Resort and Spa in Hollywood, Fla.  Read More…


Medcor Client Hosts 112th U.S. Open Golf Tournament

Medcor congratulates its triage client, The Olympic Club, on hosting the 112th U.S. Open Golf Tournament, which took part this weekend in San Francisco.  As they took care of the tournament, Medcor triage nurses were on standby to take care of their employees!  The Olympic Club is the oldest athletic club in the United States and has hosted many local, regional, national and even international championships.Read More…


14th Annual Federal Workers Compensation Conference – July 25 – 27th, Atlanta, Georgia

The 2012 14th Annual Federal Workers' Compensation Conference brings together professionals from multiple Federal departments and agencies, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, United States Postal Service, Department of Homeland Security (TSA), Federal Bureau of Prisons, Department of Defense, Social Security Administration and the National Park Service, to name a few.  Read More…


Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. (SIIA) Schedules Series of Webinars 

The Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. (SIIA) has scheduled a series of webinars to update its members on current legislative/regulatory developments related to stop-loss insurance and discuss the association’s response strategy. Participants will also learn how they can support SIIA’s efforts. Read More…


News From Lexis Nexis.  

Quoted from weekly Lexis Nexis Newsletter published by Robin E. Kobayashi, JD, Lexis Nexis Legal & Professional Operations,


Stahl, JohnMany Work-related Disabilities Go Uncompensated: Compromising "The Great Compromise", by John Stahl, Esq. Evidence that many workers' compensation claimants have not received payments under "The Great Compromise" – the bargain that traded the right to sue employers regarding employment-related harm for the right to timely and appropriate benefits – has prompted calls for reform. An article written by Emily A. Spieler and John F. Burton, Jr. in the June 2012 American Journal of Industrial Medicine analyzed this situation.  Read More…


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Survivors of Deceased Employee Allowed to Bring Tort Action Against Uninsured Employer, by Thomas A. Robinson. In a 4-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Missouri recently reversed the decision of a state trial court that had held a workers' compensation award against a statutory employer barred a wrongful death claim against the deceased employee's uninsured employer. Finding that deceased employee's survivors had not made an election of remedies when they obtained the workers' compensation award against the statutory employer, the majority of the state high court held that the plain language of Mo. Rev. Stat. § 287.280.1 allowed…Read more about this case and other cases involving Illegal Aliens, Benefits for Old Workers, and Non-Dependent Spouse.


LexisNexis has partnered with the National Workers' Compensation Conference to create an enhanced legal track for attorneys and other workers' comp professionals.Stuart Colburn ColorLexisNexis author Stuart Colburn will be speaking on several panels, includingCausation, Misclassification, and the New Mobile Workforce. View the program agenda. Overall, there are 15 members of the Larson's National Workers' Compensation Advisory Board speaking at this event. You don't want to miss this conference! Take advantage of the special discount for all LexisNexis Workers' Compensation Law Community members. Community membership is free at our site.

Author Michael B. Stack, CPA, Director of Operations, Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc. is an expert in employer communication systems and part of the Amaxx team helping companies reduce their workers compensation costs by 20% to 50%. He is a writer, speaker, and website publisher. Contact









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