Joe Smith, a surly, disgruntled, sub-optimum, morbidly obese individual, has claimed the occurrence of an industrial injury to his back.
Month: March 2017
In Galleano Winery, Inc. v WCAB (Macias) (1997) 61 CCC 1547, the Court declared that the workers’ compensation process will be perverted where there is any “exercise in gamesmanship.”
Kimberlyn Bulkat, of SRTK’s San Diego office, successfully prevented the expense and risk of an applicant receiving a commutation of benefits for personal expenses, including a new roof, mortgage payments, and other debts.
The California Supreme Court has declined a request for review of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board’s (WCAB) decision in Parrent v. SBC-Pacific Bell Telephone Company.
California workers’ compensation offers applicants temporary disability (TD) payment.
According to the Legislative Analyst’s Office’s February 17, 2017 report, the repeal of the 2010 Affordable Care Act could have substantial ramifications to the State of California.