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Analyzing Self-Insurance as an Option, Part 1 03/31/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 316 | 0
With workers...Read More
Analyzing Self-Insurance as an Option, Part 1 03/31/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 288 | 0
With workers' compensation insurance premiums rising at a record pace, many employers are reviewing alternate methods to finance their workers' compensation programs. One method is self-insurance. Workers' compensation has several unique aspects that lend itself to self-insurance: - There i...Read More
Apportionment Under LC 4633 - Part 2 03/30/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 371 | 0
In Part One on the specific topic of apportionment under LC 4663, CA DWC Regional Manager Mark Kahn discussed the general principles underlying the theories of apportionment under that section. This article will explore applic...Read More
Apportionment Under LC 4633 - Part 1 03/17/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 823 | 0
In the first article of this series, CA DWC Regional Manager Mark Kahn discussed apportionment principles generally. The next few articles in this series will discuss the more technical elements in detail.L.C. 4663 provides for apportionment to a disease process existing prior to the compens...Read More
Apportionment Generally 02/18/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 573 | 0 | Popular with Legal
By Mark Kahn[Ed. Note: This is the first in a lengthy series where Mark Kahn explains in detail the technical aspects of apportionment.] The employer is responsible only for that portion of an injured employee...Read More
Attorneys Can Permit Paralegals to Appear at WCAB 02/11/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 618 | 0
Because the Labor Code provides that non-attorneys may represent injured workers before the WCAB, attorneys do violate any Rule of Professional Conduct in permitting a paralegal to appear at hearings so long as there is informed consent by the client. The State Bar of California...Read More
Attorney Fees Must Come From VRMA 01/24/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 557 | 0
Should applicant attorney fees for rehabilitation be deducted from an injured employee...Read More
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