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Voc Rehab, Cash and Work - a Conundrum 07/20/2003
State: CA | Segment: | 119 | 0
What happens if you are entitled to vocational rehabilitation, but you find some part time work in the meantime to tie things over until the plan gets going because you need some cash?Ludicrous as it may seem, you might be breaking the law trying to feed your family! In addition, the insuran...Read More
 
 
VRMA Due When Good Faith Question re QIW? 12/22/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 188 | 0
The District Court of Appeal (2nd District) has agreed to review a Board decision to award retroactive VRMA in a situation where the employer had reason to believe the employee was not a QIW. The DCA may also address a "breach of notice requirement" where an employee is disabled for less than 90 da...Read More
 
 
VAX-D Part 2 - How it Works 06/17/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 175 | 0
Our first article introduced the VAX-D technology. Next, let's look at the difference between VAX-D and pelvic traction, as well as other treatments.The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has twice examined this device/treatment. VAT-Tech, Inc., the manufacturer of the table has had the lice...Read More
 
 
VAX-D Part 1 - How it Works 06/08/2002
State: FL | Segment: | 169 | 0
Vertebral Axial Decompression (VAX-D) is a non-invasive treatment that produces a distraction force sufficient to decompress discs in the lumbar spine and is applied exclusively to the lumbar spine. A multi-step screening process is completed on every prospective patient before initiation of...Read More
 
 
VR and Little Expenses; Eroding the Cap 03/17/2002
State: CA | Segment: | 171 | 0
It may seem ...Read More
 
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