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SB 899 - A Detailed Review, Part 3: Treatment, Fees 05/22/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 1599 | 0
This is the third 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 articles are available f...Read More
 
 
SB899 - Nothing New Here - Medical Treatment 05/22/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 1406 | 0
The following article has been adapted from an article written by national workers' compensation expert and employer consultant, James J. Moore. Though originally written from an employer perspective, the editors felt that the article provided particular insight relevant to physicians practicing ind...Read More
 
 
The Supplemental Job Displacement Benefit Process - 1 05/22/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 1259 | 0
The Supplemental Job Displacement Benefit (voucher) Process by Alan Leno The Supplemental Job Displacement Benefit (voucher) was intended to replace vocational rehabilitation as the vehicle by which disabled injured workers could prepare themselves for employment if thei...Read More
 
 
Employer's School - Take Control 05/22/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 855 | 0
The following is the first 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. This first article presents a list of topics that will be discussed in the future, as well as the intr...Read More
 
 
MI Honors the Victims of Workplace and Roadway Accidents 05/12/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 682 | 0
Honoring the Michigan road workers who lost their lives, and addressing ways to prevent workplace and roadway accidents; workers, construction associations and safety professionals Tuesday hosted the "Give'em a Brake" coalition reception in front of the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing, MI....Read More
 
 
How Do I Get Onto a Medical Provider Network? 05/08/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 1084 | 0
The following question and answer series appeared recently in the Medical section of the WorkCompCentral Professional Forums - a physician fairly new to the workers' compensation system wants to become a part of a medical provider network. The answers are interesting and relevant to practitioners of...Read More
 
 
An Alternative to Back Surgery 05/08/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 851 | 0
An Alternative to Back Surgery by Lynn HartzellBelow you will find a letter to Newsweek's Editor in follow up to a story printed recently in that magazine, "The Great Back Pain Debate." The letter is from the Manufacturer of Vax-D. Vax-D has become a mainstream non-surgical treatment...Read More
 
 
Med-Legal Reports and Unrepresented Injured Workers 05/08/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 1182 | 0
Obtaining Admissible Medical Legal Reports With Unrepresented Injured Workers By Richard JacobsmeyerOne of the issues that has been frequently discussed since the passage of SB 899 is the ability of defendants to obtain medical legal exams under LC sections 4060, 4061...Read More
 
 
SB 899 - A Detailed Review, Part 2: TD, Penalties, More 05/08/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 3906 | 0
This is the second 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 first article dealt with various imple...Read More
 
 
SB 899 and Return to Work 05/08/2004
State: CA | Segment: | 943 | 0
SB 899 and Return to Workby Alan Leno RTW Incentives: Early in 2003, the Legislature created monetary incentives for employers to retain injured employees in temporary light duty, modified jobs, alternative positions. L.C. section 139.48 allowed for re...Read More
 
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