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California Case Law Update 06/19/2015
By: WorkCompCentral
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NEW! People v. Johns, E061814, (06/05/2015): A California appellate court ruled that a criminal who was found guilty of inflicting great bodily injury on a peace officer was properly ordered to pay restitution to the injured officer for the officer's time off work, even though the officer was...Read More
 
 
CMS quietly Proposing Adjustments to future Medicaid Recovery Processes 06/18/2015
By: Jennifer Jordan
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As noted in our previous post entitled “Medicaid Recoveries and Workers’ Compensation,” it appears that Medicaid recovery efforts in workers’ compensation claims ha...Read More
 
 
California Recent Case Law 05/21/2015
By: WorkCompCentral
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NEW! Arrendondo v. Tri-Modal Distribution Services Inc., SCIF, ADJ2440992, (05/12/2015): A failure by the state's independent medical reviewer to comply with the statutory deadlines for issuing decisions doesn't render the untimely decision invalid, according to a divided Workers' Com...Read More
 
 
California's Workers' Comp UR Process Is Working 05/01/2015
By: Joe Paduda
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CWCI’s just-released analysis of the Independent Medical Review program’s 2013-2014 results indicate it is working well – despite being flooded with requests from a relatively small group of docs. Let&rsquo...Read More
 
 
Cost Shifting in Workers' Comp 04/30/2015
By: Julius Young
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Cost shifting in workers’ comp is an increasing concern. Cost shifting comes in various forms. Employer premium fraud disadvantages honest employers and distorts the insurance market. We recently saw high-profile arrests of officials at a Los Angeles area sewing contractor f...Read More
 
 
Cross Examining Psych Docs who Have Provided 'Deferred' Diagnoses 04/16/2015
Source: Dr. Bruce Leckart
State: NA | Segment: Top | 715 | 0 | Popular with Legal
In the previous six months I have written about Leckart’s Rules, numbers one through six, for cross examining psychologists and psychiatrists. Those six rules are intended for attorneys and insurance adjusters interested in deposing or taking trial testimony from psych doctors. Essentially,...Read More
 
 
Calling it Like they See it 04/10/2015
By: Mullen & Filippi
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Like the umpire in a baseball game, the role of a workers' compensation judge and the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board is to look at the evidence and make a judgment call based on what they see. We often hear complaints that an umpire’s calls are not consistent, making it hard fo...Read More
 
 
California Case Law Update 04/15/2015
By: WorkCompCentral
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NEW! In re Ronald F., A141990, (03/25/2015): A minor whose conduct while committed to a youth rehabilitation facility resulted in injury to a county employee was properly ordered to pay restitution to the county to cover the cost of the employee's workers' compensation claim. NEW!...Read More
 
 
Comp Rates to Decline 04/08/2015
By: Julius Young
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California businesses and their advocates are undoubtedly pleased to hear that workers’ comp costs are likely to decline. That’s the takeaway from news that the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau Governing Committee announced intentions to do a mid-year rate f...Read More
 
 
CIGA Pulls Back 03/27/2015
By: Julius Young
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The California Insurance Guarantee Association has dropped its Petition for a Writ filed in the California Court of Appeal, 3rd District in the case CIGA v. WCAB (Smith). Pursuant to CIGA’s recent request, the 3rd District issued a March 18 order that “Pursuant to petitioner&r...Read More
 
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