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The second week of trial for a Los Angeles radiologist and the administrator for his medical company accused of defrauding California workers’ compensation carriers out of more than $20 million by paying kickbacks for referrals begins this morning in San Diego.
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The California Division of Workers’ Compensation announced Monday the suspension of 21 more medical providers from participating in the state workers’ compensation system, bringing the total number of suspensions this year to 115.
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A California appellate court last week upheld an employer’s conviction for grand theft and failing to secure workers’ compensation insurance coverage for his consignment vehicle dealership.
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The California Labor Commissioner’s Office upheld a $12,000 penalty for failure to carry workers’ compensation coverage that was assessed to a firm that employed a firefighter who died battling the Nuns fire in Napa County in October, according to a ...Read More
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra accused Orange County janitorial contracting company One Source Facility Solution and its chief executive officer of unfair competition violations that include underreporting payroll to a workers’ compensation carrier, failure to pay minimum wage a...Read More
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Workers’ comp insurers and third-party administrators are having a harder time closing claims than they did three years ago, as more than half who participated in a recent survey reported a closure ratio of less than 100%.
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The Utah Supreme Court on Friday rejected two constitutional challenges to workers' compensation statutes that both related to a provision of the state Constitution that guarantees residents access to the courts.