Four Things You Should Know About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Where Have All The Lawyers Gone?
No where is it more evident than in workers’ compensation law, that the lawyers and their practices to assist injured workers, are disappearing. Workers are finding it difficult to obtain legal representation.
California Democrats push voting laws that could broaden their reach
Fresh off their 2012 wins at the polls, California Democrats are looking to broaden their reach by advancing a new batch of bills aimed at expanding voter access and increasing turnout.
California Workers’ Comp Case Roundup (3/8/2013)
Appellate Court Compensation Cases
Temporary Disability—104-Week Limit—Salary in Lieu of Benefits—Court of Appeal, annulling WCAB decision that Labor Code § 4850 salary continuation benefits did not count toward 104-week limit on payments for injury causing temporary disability under Labor Code § 4656(c)(2), held that salary continuation benefits paid to injured public safety officer counted toward 104-week limit on temporary disability payments, when Court of Appeal found that…
Be aware of phone scammers posing as SCE employees
Winter months along with warmer months mean increased energy usage and that’s when phone swindlers seem to come out of the woodwork and wreak havoc on unsuspecting utility customers.