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The WCMSA Conundrum in California
Posted on 10 Jul 2012 by Robert G. Rassp, Esq.

By Robert G. Rassp, Esq. The following email string is true, accurate and correct. It is a typical email string between an applicant’s attorney and a defense attorney. We all have cases like this in our inventories. In this case, the Applicant... Read More

California WCMSA: Separate Settlements for Each Claim - The Benson Case
Posted on 5 Nov 2012 by Robert G. Rassp, Esq.

By Robert G. Rassp, Esq. Appellate review of California Labor Code Sections 4663 and 4664 on apportionment has mandated that physicians provide in their conclusions with reasonable medical probability approximately what percentage of permanent disability... Read More

California WCMSA Case: Did Clinical Need for Medical Treatment Occur Faster Than CMS Process for Approving Medicare Set-Aside?
Posted on 2 Mar 2012 by Jennifer Jordan

By Jennifer C. Jordan, Esq. In California, there is a unique trend compared to the rest of the nation in that the Medicare Set-Aside process is primarily defense driven with less than full disclosure to the Applicants. While not applicable to all employers... Read More

The WCMSA Conundrum in California
Posted on 10 Jul 2012 by Robert G. Rassp, Esq.

By Robert G. Rassp, Esq. The following email string is true, accurate and correct. It is a typical email string between an applicant’s attorney and a defense attorney. We all have cases like this in our inventories. In this case, the Applicant... Read More

California WCMSA Case: Did Clinical Need for Medical Treatment Occur Faster Than CMS Process for Approving Medicare Set-Aside?
Posted on 2 Mar 2012 by Jennifer Jordan

By Jennifer C. Jordan, Esq. In California, there is a unique trend compared to the rest of the nation in that the Medicare Set-Aside process is primarily defense driven with less than full disclosure to the Applicants. While not applicable to all employers... Read More

California WCMSA: Separate Settlements for Each Claim - The Benson Case
Posted on 5 Nov 2012 by Robert G. Rassp, Esq.

By Robert G. Rassp, Esq. Appellate review of California Labor Code Sections 4663 and 4664 on apportionment has mandated that physicians provide in their conclusions with reasonable medical probability approximately what percentage of permanent disability... Read More