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Nigel Scott Baker, Esq.
California: Rule 30(d)(3) OUT!

In a significant en banc decision ( Mendoza v. Huntington Hospital , ADJ6820138; ADJ6820197, attached), the WCAB found Rule 30(d)(3) invalid. Additionally, the WCAB said there were no time limits on requesting a QME panel on claims which are denied. This...

William B. Fazio
Structured Settlements 101

By William B. Fazio, Settlement Consultant, Fazio National A Structured Settlement is an arrangement that is designed to compensate a claimant over time, rather than with a single lump sum cash payment. Over the past several decades structured...

Larson's Spotlight
Five Recent Cases You Should Know About (6/6/2010)

Larson’s Spotlight on Medical Care and Lawn Care Services, Concurrent Employment, Illegal Alien and Average Weekly Wage, Slip and Fall, and Parking Lot. Larson's surveys the latest case developments that you need to know about. Thomas A. Robinson...

Calif. Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery
Access, Quality and Outcomes of Health Care in the California Workers’ Compensation System 2008: Review & Commentary

“Access, Quality and Outcomes of Health Care in the California Workers’ Compensation System – 2008” Prepared by The School of Public Health, University of Washington A Review and Commentary Presented by The California Society...

BRBS Longshore Reporter Staff
The Undocumented Longshore Claimant: Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., et al. v. Rodriguez

Bollinger hired Rodriguez as a pipefitter based on false information he provided--that he was a U.S. citizen, and a false Social Security number. When he fell injuring his back, Bollinger paid some compensation and reimbursed some medical care. They stopped...

Roland Legal PLLC
KENTUCKY TOP CASES, powered by Roland Legal PLLC (updated 10/5/2012)

The following summaries of recent noteworthy cases were written by Roland Legal PLLC . Kentucky Workers' Compensation Board Opinions for August 2012 The Kentucky Workers' Compensation Board rendered 52 decisions for the month of August...