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Working with your Adjusters or TPA

This week we discuss in a lighthearted way how not to annoy an adjuster. Here are ways to stay in good favor with the adjuster as well as stay on top of claims in your workers compensation management program

  • Keep them in the loop about the employee's activity in your facility. 
  • Advise the adjuster if the employee has returned to work in transitional duty or full duty.
  • Let them know if you think the claim is fraudulent or the employee is malingering.
  • Tell them if the employee is not cooperative such as not attending required Weekly Meetings.
  • Say "thank you" to the adjuster!


If you are a workers comp manager, broker, agent, association manager, consider our NEW  2012 Workers Compensation Managment Guidebook as a resource to implement and design a workers compensation management program? 


It is 2012 after all so take note of these surefire ways to irritate the adjuster with certain WC buzzwords and injury scenarios in this lighthearted but informative article. 


Not only are narcotic medications expensive, they can carry long-term health problems including addiction. Learn how to communicate with the TPA about offerings and make use of a PBM. 


Brrr! The winter months create more hazards than summer months. Snow and ice can lead to dangerous conditions both on the commute to work, and within the workplace. Use our tips to prevent injury and save. 


Advisen and Amaxx have teamed up to produce this comprehensive but easy to understand desk reference. Avoid the common program pitfalls, the difference between success and failure, and purchase this 155 page step-by-step manual today. Now available with custom company logo.

The U.S. DOL is proposing revisions to child labor laws that will strengthen safety requirements for young workers in agriculture and related fields. Read more.


Document, Document, Document! If it is not documented, it did not happen. Carriers preach this, and so should employers. Here's how.


The spouse, above all others, knows, and lives with, the consequences of extended absence from work.  The employer should involve the spouse in the RTW process. Learn more about this important person. 


What an interesting year in the WC industry. We round out the year at Roundup by asking one of our favorite experts, Curtis Smith, executive VP of Medcor, Inc., what he thought the top WC issues were for 2011.


A rave review on our new manual! Author Karen Yotis calls it a "roadmap" to WC and "a hands-on practicum written from years of field research with a host of companies."  Read all about it and click to buy.

Survey says! A recent survey from Aon Hewitt reveals what employees want in wellness and health improvement due to rising health care costs. 


Reassuring results from a recent report released by the NCCI on the aging workforce. More on the report's findings.


New Jersey-based Supply Plus exposed workers to fall and electrical hazards according to an OSHA report. 


With the rising incidences of obesity and chronic disease, the Ohio BWC has a plan and introduces a new wellness program.

The roofing accident occurred at a building at a redeveloped shopping center. What did the investigation uncover?


British company settles out of court with Lorry employee, who worries he will not be employable in the future. Why?


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Lowering Workers Comp Costs for Employers

Rebecca Shafer, Attorney & Risk Consultant

Contact Us: Becki@ReduceYourWorkersComp.com

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