SRTK Law Group

California’s Leading Workers’
Compensation Defense Firm

since 1979

  • Blog Icon Published December 6, 2016

    Application for Adjudication of Claim

    Sally Smith filed an Application for Adjudication of Claim alleging that she sustained an industrial injury to her psyche because she heard gossip in the work place that she had been having an extra-marital affair, that she’s a home-wrecker and a husband-stealer.

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  • Blog Icon Published December 2, 2016

    AIP (Association of Insurance Professionals) Holiday Party

    The Association of Insurance Professionals’ Annual Holiday luncheon is on December 13, 2016 and we are excited to be a part of the event.

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  • Blog Icon Published November 30, 2016

    Liars In Workers’ Compensation

    For the past 18 months, Dalene Bartholomew of Probe Investigations and I have been presenting at conferences regarding deceit and fraud detection strategies. This article distills much of that presentation.

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  • News Icon Published November 23, 2016

    Your MPN May Still Be Valid, Despite a Lack of Multiple Physicians

    Maria Soto v. Sambrailo Packaging, Zenith Insurance Company, 2016 Cal. Wrk. Comp. P.D. LEXIS 26, a panel decision, reaffirms the WCAB’s recent trend of finding valid MPN access standards where there are no physicians available within applicant’s preferred specialty.

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  • News Icon Published November 16, 2016

    Petitions for Dismissal for Failure to Appear

    In Nunez v Petrochem Insulation, Inc, 2016 Cal. Wrk. Comp P.D. LEXIS, the Court was presented with a scenario which did not result in the achievement of the objective of the California Constitution, Article 16, that cases be resolved expeditiously, inexpensively and without encumbrance of any character.

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  • News Icon Published November 11, 2016

    UR IMR versus MPN IMR

    On October 13, 2016, applicant attorney filed a Petition for Writ of Review to the 4th DCA in Parrent v. Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board/Pacific Bell Telephone Co. SBC, Case Number D071162, with the defendant filing an Answer on November 7, 2016.

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