Here are the top posts picked by readers of The Dec Page for the week of June 15 – 22, 2016:
In this post I talk about the Orlando shooting from the terrorism and insurance aspect, and why I do not it expect to be classified as a terrorism event.
This post covers the second adverse judgment by the Florida Supreme Court on the constitutionality of the disability rules applying to qualifying for disability payments. Another case like this will definitely cause the Florida legislature to get involved.
Democrats in the US Senate are proposing a new tax on opioids in an attempt to reduce abuse of these powerful painkiller drugs. Their approach is modeled on the increases to cigarette taxes as a way to increase the costs of smoking to discourage the habit. But to the workers compensation system, this will just mean another increase in medical costs to the system.
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