2021: Reducing delays in medical treatment.

Injured workers has been under attack for years with hurdles such as utilization review, independent medical review, MPNs, and restrictive treatment guidelines being thrown up as roadblocks and causing serious delays. While the state legislature continues to address the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re hoping to carve out space to tackle a long-standing problem plaguing injured workers: Read more about 2021: Reducing delays in medical treatment.[…]

Rancho Cucamonga injured workers now have protections who contract COVID-19 on the job

Rancho Cucamonga help for work injuries during the pandemic   Call    Email    Text  Map Millions of California’s essential workers can breathe a little easier now that Governor Newsom has signed an executive order protecting employees who contract COVID-19 on the job. Signed last Wednesday, May 6, the executive order establishes a rebuttable presumption for Read more about Rancho Cucamonga injured workers now have protections who contract COVID-19 on the job[…]

San Bernardino and Riverside County work injuries before layoff?

Injured at work before layoff? Furloughs Versus Layoffs: Is There a Difference in California? “What is the difference between furloughing and laying off employees?” Essentially, a furloughed employee remains an employee but with reduced or eliminated work hours, while a layoff generally means a complete employment severance. If you are injured at work before you Read more about San Bernardino and Riverside County work injuries before layoff?[…]

Dedicated Rancho Cucamonga Work Injury Lawyers

Dedicated Rancho Cucamonga Work Comp Lawyers Who Will Get the Job Done and have been getting done in Rancho Cucamonga for 23 years   Call    Email    Text  Map 9330 Baseline Road, Suite 100 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91701 Workers’ compensation laws are enacted to provide Rancho Cucamonga injured workers with specific benefits. However, obtaining workers’ Read more about Dedicated Rancho Cucamonga Work Injury Lawyers[…]

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