In an opinion not certified for publication, the First District of the California Court of Appeals upheld the pecurliar risk doctrine in holding landowners not liable for a contractor's employee's injuries.
In Duffy v. City & County of San Francisco, No. A108968, 01/30/2006, James D...Read More
A Southern California chiropractor was arrested on a single charge of insurance fraud for allegedly making a false claim on his homeowner's insurance policy, the California Department of Insurance announced this week.
Michael Keklikian, 38, was arrested Tuesday by investigators from the...Read More
A conservative columnist with firsthand experience about a disabling condition accuses corporate America of wielding workers' compensation as a two-edged sword against U.S. citizens and to protect an illegal workforce.
Writing for the Conservative Voice, Jill Cohen Walker describes how she...Read More
The Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter Society will offer two courses, Strategic Thinking and Strategic Planning, on March 23 in Framingham, Mass.
The courses are offered by the CPCU Society National Leadership Institute (NLI) and hosted by the society's Central Massachusetts and Bost...Read More
In an opinion not certified for publication, the Fifth District of the California Court of Appeals remanded a claim back to the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board upon concessions of error.
In Saiz v. WCAB (Akh Co.), No. F047705, 01/31/2006, Steve Saiz injured his hand while wor...Read More
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The Sixth District of the California Court of Appeals certified for publication its January 4, 2006 opinion, in which it affirmed a trial court's decision to allow civil action regarding workers' compensation fraud.
In People ex rel. Monterey Mushrooms, Inc. v. Thompson, No. H0263...Read More
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The California Chiropractic Association (CCA) has urged state regulators not to reduce agreed medical examiners' pay, saying their expertise is needed "more than ever before."
"The system needs physicians who are considered impartial, and, most importantly, have the expertise to address the...Read More
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The California Workers' Compensation Institute on Monday asked state regulators to broaden the definition of claims administrator in proposed changes to the Medical-Legal Fee Schedule.
The Division of Workers' Compensation held a public hearing Monday on the drafted changes to the regulatio...Read More
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Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission has posted its Notice to Employees online. Employers may download the required notice.
The notice is available in Adobe's PDF format, and requires the use of Adobe's free Adobe Reader. The free software is available for download off the state We...Read More
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The Third District of the California Court of Appeals ruled that a police officer injured while playing in a pickup game of basketball at a private facility not entitled to workers' compensation benefits.
In City of Stockton v. WCAB (Jenneiahn), No. C050085, 01/27/2006, Sean Jenne...Read More