Social Media Surveillance

Workers’ compensation fraud costs approximately $7.2 billion per year according to the Workers’ Compensation Crime Bureau. With so much at stake, workers’ compensation insurers are often motivated to curb instances of fraud by any ethical – or unethical – means necessary.

Social media surveillance has become a staple in identifying potential fraud by securing information, photos […]


Return to Work: Bridging the Gap

When an employee is injured on the job, the employer is suddenly faced with two main objectives: first, to ensure the employee receives prompt and appropriate medical treatment, and second, to ensure the employee returns to work as soon as is medically appropriate. Generally speaking, the longer workers are away, the less likely they are […]