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10 more issues impacting workers’ compensation in 2018

Published by Property Casualty 360 on Feb 09, 2018

Marijuana legalization and immigration reform are just two of the hot-button issues that could affect workers' compensation specialists this year.

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NCCI Audit Non-Compliance Charges: A Reminder

Published by By Shannon Holt, Workers’ Compensation Practice Leader on Jun 27, 2017

On behalf of the entire team at Alliance Insurance Group, we wanted to remind employers about the Audit Non-Compliance Charge. In this notice, our Workers' Compensaton Practice Leader, Shannon Holt, provides details about the Audit Non-Compliance Charge. If you have any questions about Workers’ Compensation claims or procedures, are concerned about… Read More

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What Cyber Risks Does Your Business Face? Key Takeaways from the Verizon 2017 Data Breach Report

Published by J David Thurber, J.D. Counsel to Alliance Insurance Group on May 26, 2017

We live in a digital age and some of our most private information now lives online. Commercial businesses have come to rely on the Internet as an essential means of supporting their operations, employees, and clients. So, what can businesses do to make sure their data is secure and protected?… Read More

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Too Much, Too Fast? An Update on the DOL’s New FLSA Overtime Rule

Published by David Thurber on Mar 29, 2017

The DOL's new FLSA overtime rule, which was set to take effect December 1, 2016, nearly doubled the existing exemption salary threshold. Had the new regulation taken effect, millions of employees in the country would have become exempt from overtime, qualifying for overtime pay under the FLSA. Just weeks before… Read More

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Response to a Perceived Crisis

Published by David Thurber on Feb 27, 2017

A crisis is a problem that threatens harm, to which we have little or no response. However, in a recent speech to the Defense Research Council in Phoenix, attorney and NFL referee, Ed Hochuli suggested that most perceived crises can be managed if we prepare ourselves and maintain the right… Read More

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WCIRB – California’s Experience Rating Formula: New Variable Split Point Experience Rating System

Published by Shannon Holt on Feb 06, 2017

In Workers’ Compensation, the Experience rating system is used to benchmark an individual employer against others in its industry based on a three year look back of an employer’s historical payroll history and claim experience.  This comparison is called an experience modification or X-Mod. Effective January 1, 2017, Insurance Commissioner and… Read More

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Delay of the OSHA Enforcement of Their New Anti-Retaliation Rules Under 29 CFR 1904.35

Published by David Thurber on Dec 19, 2016

​New rules from OSHA are encouraging employers not to retaliate or discriminate against workers who file or want to file workplace injuries. However, an August 2016 suit, TEXO ABC/AGC Inc. v. Perez, which seeks to overturn these OSHA regulations has caused their effective date to be postponed. Our SVP of… Read More

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Executive Summary of President Lincoln’s Leadership Principles

Published by David Thurber on Dec 19, 2016

In 1861, Abraham Lincoln became the President of a country that was deeply divided by slavery and on the verge of a civil war. Despite these challenges and the fact that he very little political experience, he emerged as a powerful and effective leader, and continues to be remembered as… Read More

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The Ninth and Fifth Circuits May Limit Coverage under the Computer Fraud Provision of Your Insurance

Published by David Thurber on Nov 04, 2016

In the Appellate courts in Pestmaster Servs. vs Inc. Travelers Cas. & Sur. Co. of Am., No. 14-56294 (9th Cir. July 29, 2016 ) and Apache Corp. v. Great Am. Insur. Co., No. 15-20499 (S.D. Tex. Oct. 18, 2016) found in favor of the insurance companies in denying coverage for the… Read More