September 19, 2005

Happy birthday to us - two years and counting...

We don't often toot our own horn but we're in a celebratory mood after marking our second anniversary of blogging this past weekend. When we embarked on the blog, we weren't entirely sure what level of interest we'd find for our news and commentaries, but we were gratified to break the 10,000 visitor mark last month.

We thank you, our readers, for keeping us motivated. We'd like to be sure that we address issues that are relevant to you, so we're running a brief survey to try to learn more about who you are and how we can match your interests. The survey is just a few questions and we respect your anonymity and privacy, so we'd greatly appreciate your participation. Click here to take the survey (Please excuse the pop-up invitation to participate - it should only occur once.)

As part of our anniversary "festivities," we thought that it might be interesting to take a retrospective look at the posts that garnered the most interest from you, our readers.

1. Independent Contractors, Revisited

2. Independent Contractor or Employee?

3. Exclusive Remedy, "Bad Faith" Claims, and the $12 Million Lawsuit

4. Ohio BWC scandal widens

5. Exception to the "Going and Coming" Rule: Operating Premises

6. Alcoholism and Work: The Devil's Brew

7. A new prescription for back pain

8. Measuring Success 2

9. 2004 Workers Compensation Premium Rate State Ranking Summary

10. Blowing the Roof Off Workers Comp

11. The Worst Jobs in History

12. The history of workers compensation

13. Iraq Contractors and Workers Compensation

14. Cell Phones and Driving, Revisited

15. Jockeying for a Safer Workplace

16. Independent Contractors: The Solution is a Problem

17. Guns at Work

18. Insurance Industry Scandal Watch

19. Fixing Workers Comp

20. "What Are My Rights?" Employer Frustration With Workers Comp



Congratulations! Keep up the great work.


Congrats! Your blog is mandatory reading for anyone in the workers compensation industry.

Truly "the Best of the Web". My staff looks forward to reading your work everyday.

Tom Jon et al - an excellent read, a durable blog, and insightful comment. congratulations on being a pioneer!


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