Workers Compensation Lawyers Advocating for Injured Workers

Workers Compensation Lawyers go to Sacramento to fight for injured worker rights, April 2019 Over 40 California Applicants’ Attorneys Association (CAAA) members descended on the State Capitol last week to meet with state lawmakers and their staff to discuss important issues facing injured workers. Divided into several groups, CAAA had 68 legislative meetings to advocate for legislation to decrease delays in Read more about Workers Compensation Lawyers Advocating for Injured Workers[…]

YOUR WORK COMP BRIEFING April 1, 2019

“The World of Cumulative Trauma” We reported in January that, in a report published last December, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners showed average profits for Workers’ Compensation premiums in California rose to 12% in 2017, up from 8.5% in 2016. Nationally, the average profit was 7.9%, up from 4.6% in 2016. The WCIRB also Read more about YOUR WORK COMP BRIEFING April 1, 2019[…]

Workers Compensation: Legislation Update from CAAA

  Over 2,500 bills were introduced in the legislature before this year’s deadline. As usual, there are a number of bills related to workers’ compensation. And, as usual, CAAA has jumped into the fray with our own ideas for fixing the system. We mentioned last week that we wouldn’t take Governor Jerry Brown’s veto as Read more about Workers Compensation: Legislation Update from CAAA[…]

Workers’ Compensation Return To Work Program AB-553

Workers’ Compensation Return To Work Program AB-553  If you have received a supplemental job displacement voucher for vocational rehabilitation document in 2017 or expect to get one next year, this is important news for you about the Workers’ Compensation Return To Work Program. The Workers’ Compensation Return-To-Work Program fund benefit currently is $5000 if you unable Read more about Workers’ Compensation Return To Work Program AB-553[…]