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Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ Compensation Law – If you have actually been injured on the job in California, workers’ compensation laws could entitle you to particular advantages. These benefits can consist of payment of medical costs, compensation while you’re unable to work, employment recovery, irreversible partial disability benefits, or complete impairment advantages. Your California job or company’s workers’ compensation insurance accountables for paying these advantages.

CA Workers Compensation Return to Work Supplement Program

CA Workers Compensation Return to Work Supplement Program CA Workers Compensation Return to Work Supplement Program – California Labor Code Section 139.48 implemented through Senate Bill 863 created a $120 Million fund for a Supplement Program called Return to Work (RTW). The RTW fund was created to provide aid for workers whose disability benefits are extremely…

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Undocumented California Workers Compensation Legal Rights

Undocumented California Workers Compensation Legal Rights Undocumented California Workers Compensation Legal Rights Allow Claiming Industrial Injury Compensation and Medical Benefits. Illegal immigration, particularly from Mexico, has been an issue in the United States for many years now. With a changing executive and a changing legislature, the governments stance on immigration policy fluctuates from hostile to ambivalent. To…

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Workers Compensation Independent Medical Review Process

Workers Compensation Independent Medical Review Process – After a work related injury, the injured person should be permitted to see a doctor at an industrial clinic within the workers’ compensation insurance network. The physician within the network is known as an MPN doctor. That MPN doctor will request needed treatment to cure or relieve the effects…

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California Workers Compensation Industrial Injury Defined

Defining California Workers’ Compensation Injury California Workers Compensation Industrial Injury Defined – An industrial injury is any incident that an individual faces resulting in his/her suffering from a medical condition or need for medical treatment due to any exposure or incident at work. It does not have to be anticipated by the employer in order for the…

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Eligibility Requirements For California Workers Compensation

Eligibility Requirements For California Workers Compensation – The law requires that companies hold industrial injury insurance for every single employee. The law applies to all employers who operate within California, no matter how small. It includes companies with even one individual. Some companies may qualify to maintain self-insurance under strict circumstances so long as it covers all legally…

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California Workers Compensation System Development

California Workers Compensation History California Workers Compensation System Development – The laws that comprise California’s current workers’ compensation system developed over time. The origins of the system trace back to the industrial revolution in the late 19th century. In addition, as mass production and factories increased, many workers fell victims to employers’ disinclination to take responsibility in…

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California Workers Compensation Lawyer

Workers Compensation Lawyer In California With Experience California Workers Compensation – No matter what line of work or occupation, each and every worker is at risk for an on the job injury. The injury could arise from a specific accident such as a slip and fall or an auto collision. Or the injury may occur over time…

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How To Prove A Workers’ Compensation Injury Claim

Proving a workers’ compensation injury claim Proving a workers’ compensation injury claim involves offering proof to show that it is more likely than not that the harm occurred in the course and scope of one’s employment in California. Then substantial medical evidence must be presented to the court to show by a preponderance of the evidence the…

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