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Florianman kleinman

Insurance Defense at statue of liberty
Phone 8053878605 ext 2
Email flofloflo@floflo.com
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Address 123 moliere avenue
thousand oaks
CA, 91360

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Oregon Launches GovDocs E-mail Notification System 10/04/2005
State: OR | Segment: Regulatory | 27 | 0
The Oregon Workers' Compensation Division on Monday announced the launch of a new e-mail notification system that allows the public to keep tabs on the agency's actions. The new system, called GovDocs, has several additional subscription options, the WCD said in an announcement. Users may...Read More
OSHA Distributes $10M in Safety, Training Grants 10/04/2005
State: NA | Segment: Safety | 126 | 0
The magnitude of the 2-month-old recovery effort from Hurricane Katrina was reflected when the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) last week chose recipients for $10 million in annual training grants. OSHA earmarked $5 million for the Gulf states region and specifi...Read More
OAL: UR Docs Don't Need California Licenses 10/03/2005
State: CA | Segment: Regulatory | 139 | 0 | Popular with Array
The California Office of Administrative Law has decided that physicians who are not licensed in California may nevertheless conduct utilization review on treatment of California injured workers. The California Medical Board and the California Medical Association had protested emergency regu...Read More
Ohio Hospitals Sue BWC Over Fee Cuts 10/03/2005
State: OH | Segment: Courts | 123 | 0
Ohio hospital groups on Friday sued the Bureau of Workers' Compensation for what they say was an illegal reduction of the fees the state pays for treatment of injured workers. The lawsuit was brought by the Ohio Hospital Association and Genesis HealthCare Systems. The pair asked the Fran...Read More
Oregon Issues Bulletin on Medical Record Releases 10/03/2005
State: OR | Segment: Regulatory | 35 | 0
The Oregon Workers' Compensation Division on Friday released a bulletin to simplify instructions on how medical records custodians respond to requests for medical information. These instructions were posted on the agency's Web site: 1. Worker-signed Forms 801 and 827 continue to gi...Read More
October is National Disability Awareness Month 09/30/2005
State: NA | Segment: Events | 168 | 0
National Disability Awareness Month begins Saturday, presenting an opportunity for employers to help diminish the 44% unemployment rate among the 33 million U.S. residents who are disabled, the Society for Human Resource Management said Thursday. "Employers are constantly looking to re...Read More
Ohio WC System Tops in Nation, Trial Lawyer Says 09/29/2005
State: OH | Segment: Politics | 77 | 0
Ohio's top trail lawyer says the state has the best workers' compensation system in the country, despite the investment scandals plaguing the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation. Philip J. Fulton, president of the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers, said in an op-ed column in the Toledo Blade...Read More
Ohio Metallurgy Co. Disputes OSHA Finding 09/29/2005
State: OH | Segment: Safety | 157 | 0
A metals company in Beverly, Ohio, plans to contest a serious federal health and safety violation that was issued after a worker suffered fatal burns in June. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced in August that Globe Metallurgical would be issued a "serious" citation...Read More
Okla. Sending Industrial Hygienists to Hurricane Zone 09/28/2005
State: OK | Segment: Regulatory | 89 | 0
Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Brenda Reneau announced Tuesday that the Department of Labor will send industrial hygienists and consultants to the Gulf Coast to assist in hurricane recovery efforts. "When federal, state and local officials asked for direct and practical help, Oklahoma re...Read More
Oregon Increases Per Diem Rate 09/28/2005
State: OR | Segment: Regulatory | 37 | 0
The Oregon Workers' Compensation Division announced Tuesday that the standard per diem rate for injured workers has increased to a $60 for lodging and $39 for meals. Travel in personal vehicles will be reimbursed at is 48.5 cents per mile. The changes take effect on Sept. 1. Hi...Read More
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