25% of all commercial vehicle accidents involve backing up and most backing collisions are preventable. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says 90% of backing accidents can be attributed to the driver not being aware of an obstacle or the driver using improper backing techniques.
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The legal use of medical marijuana is continuing to expand at the state level across the country. The impact on workers compensation coverage remains fluid, and questions remain as to how workers compensation insurers will adapt to this evolving landscape.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: Fed Officials Voice Their Opinions, Q2 U.S. GDP Revised Upward Again, Oil Prices Perk Up
Explore how investing in an engaged workforce through research, communication and a common vision will help your organization compete as a destination employer.
Patient satisfaction is an important issue related to risk management. Medical literature suggests that satisfied patients are less likely to sue in the event of a poor outcome.
Certain larger employers are required to report the actual cost of almost all health coverage provided to employees on Forms W-2. Our 40-minute recorded webinar reviews the requirements based on IRS guidance to date.
We are reviewing twin- and single-engine turboprop segment activity since 2nd Quarter 2016. While much has changed, including the addition of the Quest Kodiak 100 to our roster, many stalwarts remain.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: Fed Announces Plan to Unwind, OECD Sees Synchronized Upswing in Global Economy, S&P Downgrades China
There is a great deal of press devoted to merger objection suits, that is, suits brought prior to closing, with an aim towards stopping the transaction. Those cases are generally fairly simple: the transaction is not fair because there isn’t enough information and/or the price isn’t right.
Today’s challenging and unpredictable economic conditions are forcing schools to scrutinize the price they pay for all products and services, as well as, to evaluate their professional relationships like never before. The costs and relationships associated with property and casualty insurance, claims, third party administrator services, workers compensation and risk management services are no exception.