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Workers Comp and the Affordable Healthcare Act

Assuming that Obamacare isn't grievously wounded by Congressional de-funding and that a Romney win in the election doesn't result in repeal of the law, what effect will it have on workers' comp? I've already received several client e-mails asking whether the Affordable Healthcare Act...

Workers Comp and the Affordable Healthcare Act

Assuming that Obamacare isn't grievously wounded by Congressional de-funding and that a Romney win in the election doesn't result in repeal of the law, what effect will it have on workers' comp? I've already received several client e-mails asking whether the Affordable Healthcare Act...

The WCMSA Conundrum in California

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 was a medical laboratory technologist who sustained...

The WCMSA Conundrum in California

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 was a medical laboratory technologist who sustained...

California: Can an Attorney Fee Be Requested on a Medicare Set-Aside Trust?

Lexis.com subscribers can link to the cites below. As any participant in the workers’ compensation system over the past ten to fifteen years can tell you, if you want to discuss a Compromise and Release, you will likely also have to consider “Medicare’s interests” in evaluating...