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  • State: Florida
  • Topic: Top
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Attorney fees are a consistent interest in the Office of Judges of Compensation Claims Annual Reports. Much of the focus seems to be on the

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  • State: Illinois
  • Topic: Top
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Last week, I was mildly surprised to see Crain’s Chicago Business report a planned change to the state Medical Fee Schedule. The idea was to

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  • National
  • Topic: Top
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The investment community’s interest in workers’ comp remains high. Not as high as it was a few years back when deals came almost every month,

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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The California State Auditor recently released a December 2017 audit report on fraud in the California workers’ comp system.

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  • State: Florida
  • Topic: Top
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The Office of Judges of Compensation Claims is required by law to approve all attorneys' fees paid by, or on behalf of, an injured worker.

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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In California, a workers' compensation case often resembles a rusty radiator. Unnecessary leakage cost and benefit can arise from myriad pitfalls created by the complexity

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  • State: Illinois
  • Topic: Top
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All sides in a workers’ comp claim have to have a sense of the rights and responsibilities of the parties to an injured or ill

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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In my opinion, there are three reasons for the increases in California's Subsequent Injuries Benefits Trust Fund costs:

  1. SB 899 and the Escobedo case.
  2. SB 899
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  • State: New Jersey
  • Topic: Top
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The New Jersey Appellate Division held, in an unreported opinion, that an unpaid and unemployed volunteered firefighter was not entitled to temporary workers’ compensation benefits.

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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You receive an odd-looking petition, titled “Petition for Determination of Non-IBR Medical Legal Dispute,” from the friendly neighborhood workers’ compensation chiropractor, on a case you

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