The Best Workers’ Compensation Attorneys & Top Workers’ Compensation Attorneys: What You Need To Know

Many Injured Workers seek out the “Best” Workers’ Compensation Attorney or “Top” Workers’ Compensation Attorney to represent them or family members on their work injury claims.  Also, Insurance Companies and Employers seek the “Best” or “Top” Attorneys to represent them in their cases as well. There are many newspapers, organizations, websites and marketing companies who have gotten involved in the process of providing consumers the “best,” “top,” “super,” or “distinguished” attorneys or lawyers. Continue reading

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) & Workers’ Compensation: What You Need to Know

In California, the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board has local offices where Injured Workers have their claims adjudicated.  The California Highway Patrol provides services to the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. This article will discuss the CHP, why they provide services to the WCAB, and why there is a need for the CHP to be present. Continue reading

Blood Disorder Impairments

Blood Disorders & Workers’ Compensation: What You Need to Know

Blood Disorder play an important role in the California Workers’ Compensation.  Certain Blood Disorders can be considered as industrial injuries for which compensation may be sought.  Certain Blood Disorders can be a complicating factor in an Injured Worker’s treatment for their industrial injury. Blood Disorders are of such importance in California Workers’ Compensation Law, that there are specific Labor Code Sections which address issues concerning Blood Disorders.  This article will limit itself to these topics. This article will not address the Circulatory System. i.e the Heart.  Continue reading

Orthopedic Surgeons and Workers’ Compensation: What You Need to Know

Many Workers’ Compensation Injuries involve the Musculoskeletal System. Orthopedics is a field of medicine which is involved in the treatment of musculoskeletal medical problems. This article will discuss the field of Orthopedics, what areas of body systems they cover, and how it relates to musculoskeletal work injuries, Board Certification will be discussed.  Continue reading