How the Inflation Reduction Act could affect workers' comp
August 18, 2022
Health care provisions in the act could carry indirect benefits or damages. Review two possible scenarios.
Average Length of Rental for Repairable Vehicles: Q2 2022
August 3, 202210 MIN READ
The 2nd quarter of 2022 saw average Length of Rental (LOR) for collision replacement-related rentals at 17.7 days, a 4.5-day increase from the 2nd quarter of 2021. This represents a decrease of half a day from the 1st quarter of 2022 when average LOR was 18.2 days. While the overall totals in 2022 are much higher than previous years, this quarter-to-quarter decrease of a half-day fits historical trending from the 1st quarter of the year to the 2nd quarter. While trending seems to be reverting to historical normalcy, the results themselves continue to illustrate a “new normal.”
U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Minnesota Workers’ Comp Cannabis Cases
July 12, 20223 MIN READ
On June 21, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court released an order list for a host of cases before the Court. As part of the list, the Court noted the requests for two workers’ compensation case reviews (Musta v Mendota Heights Dental, et al, and Bierbach v Digger’s Polaris, et al) that had been denied. These two cases dealt with rulings in the state of Minnesota related to employers being required to reimburse for medical marijuana for a workers’ compensation claim.
Charged for Success: Understanding EV Trends and Their Impact
June 29, 20221 MIN READ
Sales of electric vehicles (EVs) grew by 85 percent in 2021 while sales of light-duty vehicles increased by just 3 percent over the same period.
Examining the National Patchwork of Marijuana Laws
June 27, 2022
A detailed dive into cannabis legislation across the country.
Business Insurance: “Staph Infection Presumption a Growing Trend”
June 3, 2022
Six Questions to Ask When Evaluating a Medical Management Software Solution
June 3, 20224 MIN READ
The medical management software provider that you select as your partner can have a major impact on not on