Independent Medical Report November 2018 shows a 90% denial rate for your treatment appeals

REPORT: Independent Medical Report November 2018 shows a 90% denial rate for your treatment appeals, San Bernardino California If you’re wondering why your treatment is always denied, you have horrendous wait times at your doctor’s office and it takes forever to get treatment done, this is the reason why. ClevelandMetz is working towards making changes Read more about Independent Medical Report November 2018 shows a 90% denial rate for your treatment appeals[…]

REPORT: QME Shortage Delaying Claims; Division of Workers’ CompensationFailed to Adequately Administer QME Process

If you’re wondering why you can’t get a timely qualified medical evaluator or a timely replacement panel for unavailable doctors, or wire claim got denied because of the QME problem this should explain it for you. If you have any questions about the qualified medical evaluator process QME, contact our office right away as there Read more about REPORT: QME Shortage Delaying Claims; Division of Workers’ CompensationFailed to Adequately Administer QME Process[…]

Permanent disability benefits for union workers in San Bernardino

 909-980-9703      Email C. Cleveland Text 9093036374   Directions If permanent disability apportionment affects you and your industrial doctor states that your injury was old or pre-existing or congenital, contact the workers compensation attorney as soon as possible to discuss your rights, benefits and form a plan of action. Editor’s Note: This piece was written by the CAAA Read more about Permanent disability benefits for union workers in San Bernardino[…]

San Bernardino Worker’s Compensation update for injured workers July 8, 2019.

  The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau (WCIRB) released their 2018 California Workers’ Compensation Losses and Expenses report last Monday showing another win for insurers as medical payments and losses declined by roughly $100 million. Overall, medical payments and expenses declined to $4.6 billion in 2018 from $4.7 billion the prior year with the ratio Read more about San Bernardino Worker’s Compensation update for injured workers July 8, 2019.[…]