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Interpreter Invoices Raise Concerns over Disclosure Requests

By Greg Jones (Senior Editor)

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 | 1778 | 0 | 1 min read

By Greg Jones, Western Bureau ChiefSeveral national workers’ compensation service providers require interpreters to include in their invoices to employers and carriers potentially sensitive information, including a doctor’s diagnosis and treatment recommendations, a practice that California applicants’ attorneys and interpreters say is unethical and potentially illegal.Oakland applicant attorney Julius Young last week said on his blog “Workers Comp Zone” that Optimal Care Transportation and Translation, 3iCorp, STOPS and ProCare Transportation and Language Service...

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