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TN: Gov. Signs Bill for Max Medical Improvement Date for Pain Management Treatments Cases

Nashville, TN (CompNewsNetwork) - The Governor of Tennessee signed Senate Bill 2928 yesterday. The bill establishes a conclusive presumption that any employee claiming a work related injury on or after July 1, 2010, that results in any time in pain management is at maximum medical improvement upon the...

California: Apportionment, Conclusive Presumptions and Labor Code Section 4662 (Part 1 of 2)

Attention Lexis Online Subscribers: Citations link to lexis.com. Bracketed citations link to Lexis Advance. Editor’s Note: The following is Part One of a two-part article. Are there any circumstances under which apportionment will reduce a 100% PD finding under LC § 4662 [ 4662 ]? In...

California: Apportionment, Conclusive Presumptions and Labor Code Section 4662 (Part 2 of 2)

Attention Lexis Online Subscribers: Citations link to lexis.com. Bracketed citations link to Lexis Advance. Editor’s Note: The following is Part Two of a two-part article. Part One can be read here . Cases Where Apportionment Is Not Applicable to LC § 4662 Cases: In the writ denied...

California: Labor Code Section 4662 and Vocational Experts

Labor Code Section 4662 was modified by the legislature in AB 1847 in 2014. Contrary to popular belief, it was not amended in SB 863. The older version of Section 4662, adopted in 2007, created the conclusive presumption of permanent total disability as follows: (Publisher’s Note: Citations...