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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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On a recent online bloggers’ panel, panelists were asked for some closing thoughts on workers’ comp in 2020.

Julius

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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Permanent total disability, which is a prized award sought by every applicant attorney — not unlike a feather in one’s cap — is specifically defined by

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A frozen yogurt dealer in Durango, Colorado, offered customers discounts for not wearing masks. Someone in town thereafter apparently got upset and busted out the dealer’s front

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  • State: Florida
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The 2019-20 Florida Office of Judges of Compensation Claims Annual Report is published. It documents that attorney fees in Florida workers' compensation increased in 2019-20. Overall, fees

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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One might think a medical provider network is like a Facebook, only for physicians and such. But it’s not. It’s actually a method of medical control for

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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I have arrived at the point in my torts course when we discuss the distinction between “employees” and “independent contractors.”

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  • State: Kentucky
  • Topic: Top
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A “brisk,” 92-page opinion is reducible for my purposes to two propositions. First, the executive generically has broad emergency powers. Second, under Kentucky law, the legislature has specifically delegated the executive

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  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
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Applicant attorneys have been sayin’ it for years… treatment delays often lead to higher workers’ comp costs.

Julius Young

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I recently attended a webinar provided by the National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference where some of the adjuster goals were compared to the expectations

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Over the last 13 years that I have been writing articles for the J&L website, I have warned very heavily against any type of premium

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