5 Steps to Handle your Work Injury

Below are 5 simplified steps to get you on your way to handling your work injury claim Many of our clients have asked us to come up with a simple road map to pass to injured workers. The process can be complicated and we are here to help you through it from beginning to conclusion. Read more about 5 Steps to Handle your Work Injury[…]

Worker’s Compensation News for Ontario May 21, 2019

Worker’s Compensation News for Ontario May 22, 2019  909-980-9703      Email Atty. Cleveland Text 9093036374   Directions The California State Senate voted 38-0 Senate Bill 731, by Sen. Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, would prohibit consideration of race, age, gender, sex or genetic characteristics when apportioning permanent disability to non-industrial factors. Under current law in Apportionment in California workers‘ compensation, and evaluating physician, like a Read more about Worker’s Compensation News for Ontario May 21, 2019[…]

MPNs and Workers’ Compensation

The Fiasco Starts Here: MPNs and Workers’ Compensation in Calif. MAY 8, 2015 ~ CAAAVOICEONCOMP The Fiasco Starts Here: MPNs and Workers’ Compensation in Calif., By: Alan Gurvey, Esq., CAAA Board Member Article originally published on WorkCompCentral, May 7, 2015, and is republished here with permission. Recently I was interviewing a candidate for a vacant attorney position at our firm. I Read more about MPNs and Workers’ Compensation[…]

Workers Compensation Reform 2012 Part IV: Vocational Rehabilitation

Workers Compensation Reform 2012 Part IV: Vocational Rehabilitation. Prior to 2005, California injured workers had an excellent program of workers compensation vocational rehabilitation benefits. It included a budget for schooling, equipment, payments while you went to school, and adequate compensation for a competent counselor. In the workers compensation reform of 2004 in Senate Bill 899, Read more about Workers Compensation Reform 2012 Part IV: Vocational Rehabilitation[…]