On October 6, 2014, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will be implementing a change to its online portal which will allow users to enter prescription drug information directly into the portal, which will allow users to “input and calculate the proposed prescription drug portion of the WCMSA proposal.” A new informational alert titled […]
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In Trujillo v. Lowe’s, W. C. No. 4-932-395 (July 29, 2014), the claimant was injured when he engaged in a “chest bump” with a co-worker to celebrate the completion of a particular job duty. It has long been settled law that an injury caused by “horseplay” does not arise out of or occur within the […]
Picking up from where Preventing Workplace Back Injuries with Office Ergonomics (Pt. 1) left off, here we will continue discussing how sedentary workers can minimize their risk of developing workplace back injuries. While the first part of this blog focused on some of the specific risks these workers face, below, we will point out the […]