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Date registered: August 25, 2010

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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

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  1. PRP Therapy Faster Healing For Athletes — August 8, 2017
  2. Brooklyn Pain Specialist — July 20, 2017
  3. Marijuana medical health benefits — June 19, 2017
  4. Athlete injury – When to see a doctor — June 8, 2017
  5. Pain Relief Injections — May 22, 2017

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Nov 29

Zynga’s Tough Culture Risks a Talent Drain

Former employees of Zynga describe a demanding workplace that includes loud outbursts by its chief, Mark Pincus. Zynga’s chief executive, Mark Pincus, got an earful from employees last month. In dozens of e-mails to a companywide list, frustrated workers complained about the long hours and stressful deadline periods. The quarterly staff survey solicited 1,600 responses, …

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Nov 29

Comp prevents birth defects suit for worker’s son

in Texas, the exclusivity provision bars a suit claiming that injuries to a worker’s child were caused by the worker’s exposure to toxic substances in the workplace. Case name: Peters v. Texas Instruments Inc., No. 10C-06-043 JRJ (Del. Super. Ct. 09/30/11). Ruling: Applying Texas law, the Delaware Superior Court dismissed a worker’s suit alleging that …

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Nov 28

MTA was worried about rising injury rate on LIRR tunnel project before falling concrete hit a worker

Officials had concerns about the increasing number of injuries on a Long Island Rail Road tunnel construction before a chunk of falling concrete killed a sandhog. Sandhogs are urban miners who brave the dark, damp conditions far beneath New York City to build tunnels for sewer, water and transportation. Historically, tunnel excavation and construction has …

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Nov 28

Brooklyn cyclists continue to rip through Prospect Park at unsafe speeds despite crackdown

Bike riders and pedestrians in Prospect Park. Daily News reporter used radar to check speed of riders which was between 7-29 mph. The fastest was on the down hill slope. Pedestrians have been hit by cyclists and seriously injured. Two women were nearly killed in collisions with bicyclists in Prospect Park in the last six …

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Nov 28

How practices can make room for mobility

More than 40 million Americans have a disability, and about 24% of them use mobility aids. Experts offer tips to improve care for these patients. By Christine S. Moyer, amednews staff. Posted Nov. 28, 2011. Lisa I. Iezzoni, MD, MSc, has not been weighed in nearly two decades. The last measurement was taken when she …

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Nov 28

Workers’ comp carriers ask for hike

After rocketing up the ranks of the states where workers’ compensation insurance costs the most, Connecticut’s rates could climb higher in 2012. The National Council on Compensation Insurance Inc. (NCCI), which represents workers’ compensation carriers, petitioned to hike a key formula used to determine rates by 4.5 percent next year in Connecticut on average for …

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Nov 25

Holding injured workers hostage, just without a gun

Re: “WCB hostage-taker sentenced to 11 years; Gunman gets double credit for time served,” Nov. 23. I was totally astonished to hear that Patrick Clayton got 11 years for the hostage-taking at the WCB office in Edmonton. Some of the Workers’ Compensation Board employees wrote impact statements to the court, with regards to the situation, …

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Nov 25

N.Y. court reinforces workers’ comp. law dictating claims payments

The New York Court of Appeals ruled against insurers in six separate cases Nov. 15 by upholding a law requiring private insurers to deposit payments for some workers’ compensation benefits into state trust funds. The 6-0 ruling applies to six cases involving workers who were injured before the law, the New York Workers’ Compensation Reform …

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Nov 16

Everything You Really Need to Know About Workers’ Compensation

If you have employees, then I don’t need to tell you that workers’ compensation can be a nightmare if not properly managed.  If you don’t have employees, please trust me: If not properly managed, workers’ compensation can be a nightmare. Maybe the term nightmare is a little strong, but certainly a headache, and maybe even …

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Nov 16

Employers must pay lump-sum workers comp benefits in some cases: N.Y. court

November 16, 2011 – 11:12am ALBANY, N.Y.—The New York Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling that requires employers to make lump-sum payments to a state trust fund for certain permanent partial disability benefits. Advertisement   Read more in the Workers Comp Channel What’s This? Workers Comp News and analysis about the legislative, legal and …

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