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The Workers’ Compensation Process in California

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The workers’ compensation system is a state-mandated insurance program that provides essential benefits to those who have been injured or have suffered an illness as a result of a work-related duty. The workers’ compensation system is very complex and, at times, nuanced. As a result, it is important to understand how the system works… Read More »

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The State of California Establishes Workers’ Comp Presumption of Coverage for Novel Coronavirus Illnesses

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As of early May, State of California Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order, which established a rebuttable presumption that California workers’ COVID-19 illness resulted from workplace conditions for the purposes of obtaining California workers’ compensation benefits. For the presumption to be applicable, workers will need to demonstrate that they were diagnosed with COVID-19, and/or… Read More »

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A Guide to Workers’ Compensation Payments For Permanent Disability

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Permanent disability claims are the most popular type of Worker’s Compensation claims. According to Disability Secrets these claims are, “making up over half of all workers’ comp claims nationwide”. Permanent disability benefits are owed to you if you have injured on the job and sustained permanent damage. Permanent disability can be qualified by a multitude of… Read More »

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What Does TRIA Denial Mean for Workers’ Compensation?

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The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, or TRIA for short, is a federal law that mandates the government to pay worker’s compensation claims based on terrorism. However, our lawyers found this Bill to be in uncertain waters at the end of 2014. TRIA was coming up for renewal, and many were worried that the House… Read More »

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CAAA Reacts to WCAB’s “Dubon 2” Decision

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It’s no wonder injured workers wait so long for treatment and cases take much longer to conclude! CAAA Reacts to WCAB’s “Dubon 2” Decision: https://www.caaa.org/index.cfm?pg=ReleaseDubonII

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Can Undocumented Workers Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

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In California, illegal aliens, including all undocumented workers, are entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits by law. This is especially important because illegal immigrants are much more likely to sustain a job-related injury because they often work in risky and strenuous fields, such as construction, landscaping and farming. Rancho Cucamonga workers’ compensation attorneys often… Read More »

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