Blog Posts in October, 2015

  • 28-Oct-2015

    The Illusion of "Apportionment"

    On Friday, October 23, 2015, I was invited by the California Applicants' Attorney's Association (CAAA) to speak to almost 200 workers’ compensation attorneys and professionals about the concept of "apportionment." Here is a ...
  • 21-Oct-2015

    This Won't "Stay in Vegas"

    This past Monday, I shared with you an alarming story covered by ProPublica entitled "Inside Corporate America's Campaign to Ditch Workers' Comp." The article is worth a close read. When I read it, I was shocked to learn there is a ...
  • 15-Oct-2015

    IMR: Why A Secret Tribunal Doesn't Work

    I was in Sacramento when the idea became law. It was August 2012, and the hallways in the capital were buzzing with activity. Among the efforts was to push through another Workers Compensation reformulation 1 package that was making its way through ...
  • 7-Oct-2015

    Another Reason to be a Proud Member Of the CAAA

    The injured workers of California finally had an opportunity to weigh in on the so called Independent Medical Review (IMR) process. This process is conducted by an anonymous physician that never examines the injured worker, but still can deny the ...
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