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Most-read workers comp stories in 2018

Most-read workers comp stories in 2018

The most popular stories featured in Business Insurance’s workers compensation newsletters in 2018 included articles about comp insurer AmTrust Financial Services Inc. going private, efforts to protect injured workers from retaliation, the new red flags to detect comp fraud, Uber Technologies Inc.’s comp-like insurance program and how technological and analytic advances are changing the face of the comp industry.

1. AmTrust endures another tough year

2. OSHA, courts protect workers from retaliation

3. Analytics, technological advancements dominate comp evolution

4. New red flags emerge in workers comp fraud probes

5. Uber establishes comp-like program for drivers

6. Active shooter events raise workplace safety concerns

7. Pain management, opioids top list of workers comp trends to watch

8. Injury compensability disputes

9. OSHA frustrates employers with inconsistent regulatory, enforcement actions

10. Advocacy model may attract millennials to workers comp