“I go back and forth, obviously, about the relevance of workers’ compensation in today’s world. Sometimes I whine about systemic problems. Sometimes I praise what I believe to be a good value to society when all goes well.”
“Mostly though I believe that we don’t need to “fix” workers’ compensation. We just need to make what we have work properly by all of us doing our jobs to the best of our abilities; respecting the law, being accountable and punctual.” DePaolo’s World: Annmarie’s Dad
“She posted a very powerful piece about her dad yesterday, “Workers’ Compensation: My Father’s Story.” “
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… He said he would engage in some “smoke and mirrors” and “spread the clients around a little bit” so workers’ compensation insurers wouldn’t cry foul over his practices.
“Otherwise,” he testified, “you couldn’t do what I’ve been doing for decades.”
What does the Social Security Administration have in Cahoots with the Workers Compensation Gravy Train tracks?
“Without a blog and a growing database, Injured Workers are Unarmed and Unprotected in the War On Workers. #WoW”
She [Annmarie Geddes Baribeau, President Lipold Communications, LLC ] posted a very powerful piece about her dad yesterday,
“…My dad’s experience did not cause me to become an advocate for injured workers in the traditional political sense. The political arguments were too shortsighted to me. I have always felt the best contribution I could make was to objectively report the truth about workers’ compensation for everyone’s benefit. I also try to inform injured workers when I can. To see more, please click here.”
Something is terribly wrong with Workers’ Compensation, isn’t it? Same as Social Security, isn’t it?
“As of January 2016, 60 million Americans, or more that one in six, receive Social Security benefits. About one American family in four receive Social Security Benefits. Approximately 8.9 million disabled workers receive benefits.”
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