- TRIA’s impending expiration prompts comp insurers to ask about specific risks
- NLRB ruling on Northwestern football players creates benefits challenges
An NLRB decision that Northwestern University scholarship football players are employees of the university presents a series of risk management and employee benefits hurdles for colleges providing grant-in-aid scholarships to student-athletes.
- TRIA’s uncertain future sparks workers comp coverage denial and price hikes
The potential end of the federal terrorism insurance backstop is having a significant ripple effect on workers compensation coverage, with some employers being denied renewal of their coverage or facing hefty price hikes.
- OPINION: Workers comp sector is a hostage to TRIA renewal decision
If lawmakers need any more reasons to renew the federal terrorism insurance backstop, they should take a look at the workers compensation marketplace.
- Employers can reduce workers comp costs with dual approach to claims reviews
Employers that are looking to reduce their workers compensation medical costs can combine claim utilization and bill reviews, but the ability to do so often depends on automated processes.