Login


Notice: Passwords are now case-sensitive

Remember Me
Register a new account
Forgot your password?

Industry Insights

 
Causation and Diagnosis of Sick Building Syndrome - 2 12/06/2003
State: FL | Segment: | 2410 | 0
This is the second of a two part series of articles on sick building syndrome by Donald Lee, D.O., a specialist on environmental and occupational medicine. With an increase in mold related workers' compensation claims, essentially a form of sick building syndrome, a review of the history, causation ...Read More
 
 
Overtime Pay not Worked: The Fenn Case and TTD 11/22/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 647 | 0
The California Court of Appeals in April ruled that un-worked overtime pay of full salary made to a firefighter pursuant to LC 4850 is not to be included in the calculation of wages for determination of indemnity benefits, resolving an obscure but common issue in public entity claims.In ...Read More
 
 
Causation and Diagnosis of Sick Building Syndrome 11/22/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 907 | 0
This is a two part article on Sick Building Syndrome by Donald Lee, D.O., a specialist on environmental and occupational medicine. With an increase in mold related workers' compensation claims, essentially a form of sick building syndrome, a review of the history, causation and diagnosis of the synd...Read More
 
 
Observations Based on Recent Case Law 11/22/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 984 | 0
Are 4650 penalties due on late lump sum VRMA payments? A few months back, we reported on the WCAB en banc decision in Crump/Rivera where the Board determined that L.C. section 4650 penalties were due on any late payments of indemnity, including lump sum payme...Read More
 
 
Getting Womped - What's Wrong with Comp Part 2 11/22/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 1185 | 0
Every once in a while, someone writes in to the workcompcentral editorial office with a question or opinion, and sometimes, as in this case, what is submitted originally as just someone's thoughts on a topic in fact is expressive of a population's collective feelings. Henry W. Coe Jr., an injured wo...Read More
 
 
Controlling Comp Costs, A Broker Perspective - Part 2 11/22/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 943 | 0
The first in this series of articles providing tips and advice to employers from the insurance brokerage perspective - the level of interaction that is most frequent and common to the...Read More
 
 
Causation and Diagnosis of Sick Building Syndrome 11/22/2003
State: FL | Segment: | 978 | 0
This is a two part article on Sick Building Syndrome by Donald Lee, D.O., a specialist on environmental and occupational medicine. With an increase in mold related workers' compensation claims, essentially a form of sick building syndrome, a review of the history, causation and diagnosis of the synd...Read More
 
 
Overpaid PD and Liability for Attorney Fees 11/08/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 2459 | 0 | Popular with Legal
What is the liability of the carrier where there is an award for attorney fees but permanent disability has been overpaid? A user in the workcompcentral.com Professional Forum, Legal topics, presented the following ...Read More
 
 
Getting Womped - What's Wrong with Comp Part 1 11/08/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 1024 | 0
Every once in a while, someone writes in to the workcompcentral editorial office with a question or opinion, and sometimes, as in this case, what is submitted originally as just someone's thoughts on a topic in fact is expressive of a population's collective feelings. Henry W. Coe Jr., an injured wo...Read More
 
 
California Physicians: Adjusting to AMA Guidelines 11/08/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 1096 | 0
The "Garamendi Plan", second phase, envisions a restructuring of the permanent disability rating system, and it is highly anticipated that a new permanent disability rating system will adopt the widely used (in 40 states) American Medical Association's Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment...Read More
 
4179 Results Page 385 of 418