Trends in Workers Compensation

“The state of the Workers Compensation market is calm for now, but increasing medical costs, changing regulations and cyber attacks could threaten the line,” suggested Nancy Grover in the October 2015 issue of National Underwriter. She quotes Mark Walls, vice president of communications and strategic analysis at Safety National and founder of WorkCompAnalysis, who said,…

New Broadspire® Program Aims to Decrease Workers Compensation Costs

Editor’s Note: Dr. Jacob Lazarovic, MD, FAAFP, senior vice president and chief medical officer, Broadspire, discusses the prevalence of soft-tissue injuries as they relate to workers compensation costs and introduces a new Broadspire program to help mitigate these costs. Soft-tissue injuries are a leading cause of workers compensation claims and costs and a primary reason for…

5 Questions with Dr. Jacob Lazarovic, FAAFP, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Broadspire®

Editor’s note: This post is one of a series of Crawford & Company spotlights that introduces senior leaders in the Company. We caught up with Dr. Jacob Lazarovic, senior vice president and chief medical officer, Broadspire®, recently to discuss a variety of topics ranging from changing technology to the challenges of balancing an active life…

An Excerpt from Crawford & Company’s 2014 Annual Report focusing on Broadspire®

Following is the second in a series of excerpts from Crawford’s 2014 annual report. This post focuses on the news from Broadspire®. Full copies of the annual report are available here https://www.crawfordandcompany.com/media/1803962/crawford-2014-annual-report.pdf. BROADSPIRE® “Through our earnest efforts and commitment to our goals, we are focused. By investing in and implementing beneficial new technology and products,…