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The New Apportionment: Causation vs. Pathology 07/03/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 2641 | 0
As is often the case, the WorkCompCentral Professional Forum reflects the concerns and observations of the professional workers' compensation community. Recently the change in the legal standard of apportionment has become a topic indicating considerable concern in the professional community, not on...Read More
 
 
Marketing Voc Rehab Services in Changing Times 07/03/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 535 | 0
When your customer-base changes, it's time to review your marketing approaches. In voc rehab, I think it would be an understatement to say that our customer-base is changing. Soon-to-be gone are the days when you could rely on referrals from attorneys (if you are a counselor) and counselors (i...Read More
 
 
Employer's School - Take Control Part 4 07/03/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 895 | 0
The following is the fourth in a lengthy series of articles that, when pieced together, comprise the "Employer's School" developed by Brent Heurter, Founder and Chief Solutions Officer of ClearComp. The article series presents an "employer's school" on workers' compensation, how to examine your work...Read More
 
 
SB 899 - A Detailed Review, Part 6: Clean-Up Legislation 07/03/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 1287 | 0
This is the sixth and final article in a series of articles extracted and edited from a new booklet attorney Michael Sullivan has prepared on the substantial changes to California workers' compensation laws instituted by SB 899. The earlier art...Read More
 
 
Employer's School - Take Control Part 4 07/03/2004
State: FL | Segment: | 1011 | 0
The following is the fourth in a lengthy series of articles that, when pieced together, comprise the "Employer's School" developed by Brent Heurter, Founder and Chief Solutions Officer of ClearComp. The article series presents an "employer's school" on workers' compensation, how to examine your work...Read More
 
 
No-Fault Auto and Work Comp - How to Do the Math 06/24/2004
State: NY | Segment: | 4543 | 0
What is the interplay between workers comp lost wage benefits and no-fault lost wage benefits? Does no-fault pick up where workers comp leaves off (i.e., excess) and compensate a claimant's lost wages up to his actual loss or no-fault's $2000 monthly benefit, whichever comes first? Do workers comp l...Read More
 
 
Dealing with Lead-Exposed Injured Workers 06/20/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 878 | 0
The following memorandum was released last year by the California Division of Workers' Compensation, targeted at physicians (and employers) in reporting and dealing with lead-exposed workers: January 30, 2003 Re: Employer and Physician Responsibilities for Lead-Exposed Workers req...Read More
 
 
Rate Reductions; Placing the Cart Before the Horse? 06/20/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 649 | 0
by James J Moore, AIC, MBA, ChFc Senate Bill 899 was a "giant leap forward" for workers' compensation insurance in California. The recent recommendations for rate reductions by Insurance Commissioner Garamendi was also a great stride to reduce the workers' compensation burden on Califor...Read More
 
 
Transportation Expenses and 5402(c) 06/19/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 1794 | 0
Does the requirement that medical treatment be provided the employee within one working day of the filing of a Claim Form also require reimbursement of reasonable and necessary transportation (and other related) costs? If so, does such reimbursement count towards the $10,000 cap? And, if so, what if...Read More
 
 
Moving Toward Empowerment 06/19/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 675 | 0
When we experience a loss, a wide and confusing range of emotions follows. As we tell our clients, and ourselves, there is no real order to the process when a loss or change is experienced and emotions often overlap one another. How an individual copes with the change differs based on wh...Read More
 
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