Worker’s Compensation benefits for older workers and women in Riverside California

The growth in the American workforce is being driven by older women, bringing to light new aspects of worker safety and care that must be addressed. The Bureau of Labor Statistics is projecting the number of workers 55 years and over will reach 40.6 million in 2024, meaning 1 in 4 workers will be 55 Read more about Worker’s Compensation benefits for older workers and women in Riverside California[…]

Workers Comp Law Summary for 2015

Workers Comp Law Summary for 2015 Workers compensation had a difficult year in the State of California. Many bills which would’ve helped injured workers were vetoed by the governor. The following is a summary of the laws that were passed and some of the bills that the governor vetoed regarding workers compensation in the state of California. Read more about Workers Comp Law Summary for 2015[…]

Six Charts Explain How Workers’ Compensation Is Deteriorating

Six Charts Explain How Workers’ Compensation Is Deteriorating by Jessica Schieder, 3/30/2015 Click here for full article Workers’ compensation is a state-based government program that has protected American workers for close to a century. Throughout the early part of U.S. history, injured workers were taken care of by the communities they were a part of: Read more about Six Charts Explain How Workers’ Compensation Is Deteriorating[…]

Workers compensation benefits: $120 Million Return to Work Fund

Workers compensation benefits: $120 Million Return to Work Fund We are all aware of the devastating effect that SB 863 has had on workers’ compensation benefits, especially with respect to injured workers’ access to medical treatment.  One of the few concessions for injured workers that came out of SB 863 was the implementation of Labor Read more about Workers compensation benefits: $120 Million Return to Work Fund[…]