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UNDERSTANDING & IMPLEMENTING AB 749 - V 03/15/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 229 | 0
This is the fifth in a six part series on the new California laws by attorney Richard Jacobsmeyer. The first part (Temporary Disability Benefits) of this 6 part article series was publ...Read More
 
 
UNDERSTANDING & IMPLEMENTING AB 749 - IV 03/01/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 583 | 0
This is the fourth in a six part series on the new California laws by attorney Richard Jacobsmeyer. The first part (Temporary Disability Benefits) of this 6 part article series was pu...Read More
 
 
UNDERSTANDING & IMPLEMENTING AB 749 - III 02/15/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 219 | 0
This is the third in a six part series on the new California laws by attorney Richard Jacobsmeyer. The first part (Temporary Disability Benefits) of this 6 part article series was pub...Read More
 
 
UNDERSTANDING & IMPLEMENTING AB 749 - II 02/01/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 357 | 0
The first part (Temporary Disability Benefits) of this 6 part article series by California attorney Richard Jacobsmeyer was published in the Attorney segment. The balance of this serie...Read More
 
 
UNDERSTANDING & IMPLEMENTING AB 749 - I 01/19/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 202 | 0
I - BENEFIT CHANGES A. Temporary Disability Benefits: 1. Maximum Rates: There are several different aspects of the changes to Labor Code section 4653(a) and the new rates that take effect beginning on 1/1/03. Of course the Maximum TD rate increases over 3 years ...Read More
 
 
Understanding Medical-Legal Evaluations - Part 2 12/09/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 233 | 0
Our first article in this series on medical-legal examinations and reports reviewed what the purpose is and how the medical-legal report affects your case. Remember though, a medical-l...Read More
 
 
Understanding Medical-Legal Evaluations - Part 1 11/24/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 179 | 0
A workers' compensation case is very similar to other legal proceedings in that decisions are made based on evidence provided to a decision maker. In workers' compensation, the vast majority of that evidence is medical information. This information is typically presented to the decision make...Read More
 
 
Underwriting Terminology for the Claims Examiner - 2 11/09/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 209 | 0
In our first article we reviewed the definitions of common underwriting terms, and what they mean to the claims administrator. This article continues with some definitions, and also reviews some classes of employees who typically are, or are not, covered under a work comp policy despite what you mig...Read More
 
 
Underwriting Terminology for the Claims Examiner 10/26/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 273 | 0
The professional claims examiner not only must know workers' compensation terminology and acronyms, but should also have an understanding of what gets the claim to the desk in the first place: the insurance policy that is the binding contract between the employer and the insurance company. This is c...Read More
 
 
Understand Who Does What in Work Comp 09/02/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 257 | 0
The work comp equation is a complex one, and involves numerous individuals, each with a distinct job, a distinct goal, and many times these goals conflict. Understanding what everyone does in the system, what they hope to achieve, and how they do their jobs can provide the employer with some strateg...Read More
 
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