Posts Tagged ‘workers compensation settlements’

Weblog roundup: exit interviews, settlements, tort reform, & disease prevention

Friday, July 9th, 2004

George Lenard reminds us that exit interviews are important and points us to this sample exit interview from Workforce.
Ronald Ryan tells us how workers compensation settlements are calculated in Michigan.
Are personal injury lawyers in Pennsylvania looking to workers comp after tort reform? A cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice liability cases seems to have attorneys looking for other sources of income. Thanks to Judge Robert Vonada at PAWC for the article.
The Harvard Center for Disease Prevention features a series of online medical risk assessment tests that help you determine your risk for the big 5 – cancer, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and stroke. We found this via Research Buzz, an excellent site by Tara Calishain that covers the world of Internet research.