Online Claims System Delays Thousands of State Disability Checks
Like the majority of California workers, Anaheim resident Carol Dickey paid into the state’s disability insurance program with each paycheck.
Wal-Mart Can Be Made Defendant in Lawsuit, Judge Rules
A federal judge ruled that Wal-Mart can be added as a defendant to a class-action lawsuit brought by temporary warehouse workers in the Inland Empire.
Denied Disability: Social Security Recognizes Fibromyalgia
Cathy, who suffers from fibromyalgia, was denied disability from her health insurance provider because her doctor did not provide enough information on her condition.
Annals of the Aging Workforce: An Old Man Takes His Lump(s)
We have often discussed the disconnect between the roughly 100 year old workers comp system and the realities of today’s workforce.
WI-Why Are Workers’ Compensation Claims Down?
The Wisconsin Association of Workers’ Compensation Attornerys (WAWCA) just held its tenth annual worker’s compensation seminar in Madison, Wisconsin.