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MODIFIED WORK – CCR § 10116.9 (a) – Reg. job is modified AND:

  1. Allows EE to perform all functions of the job;
  2. Offers wages & compensation of at least 85% of what was paid at DOI;
  3. Located w/in reasonable commuting distance of EE home at DOI.


ALTERNATIVE Work Defined  – CCR § 10116.9 (h):

  1. EE able to perform the essential job functions;
  2. Job is a “regular position” lasting at least 12 months;
  3. Pays wages & comp within 15% of those at DOI;
  4. Job is within reasonable commuting distance EE’s home at DOI.
  • News Icon Published October 25, 2018

    California WCAB Issues En Banc Decision in Suon v. California Dairies

    Yesterday, the California Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (WCAB) issued an important decision in the case of Sandab Suon v. California Dairies.

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  • News Icon Published October 4, 2018

    Head of Numerous California Imaging Centers Indicted for Fraud

    The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of California has issued an indictment and arrest warrant against Sam Solakyan, who headed numerous imaging centers in the state tied to fraud allegations. Solakyan allegedly paid $8.8 million in kickbacks for referrals, which were used to bill workers’ compensation payers for $284 million.

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    DWC Dismisses over 4,000 Liens Connected to Drobot Conspiracy

    The California Division of Workers’ Compensation has dismissed almost 5,000 liens filed by companies associated with Michael R. Drobot, including Industrial Pharmacy Management and California Pharmacy Management. This marks the first major case involving a provision in AB 1244 which requires the DWC to dismiss liens held by individuals convicted of fraud.

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