As a workers’ compensation attorney, I deal with workers of all immigration statuses. The State of California Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board does not allow discrimination based on residency status. My office will not ever report anyone to ICE.   My job is to serve you, the injured worker, no matter your immigration status. This recent […]
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DWC Final Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule (MTUS) Regulations, With Opioid Treatment Guidelines, Now in Effect Now in effect: Division of Workers’ Compensation final Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule (MTUS) regulations with opioid treatment guidelines. The Office of Administrative Law (OAL) has approved the Division of Workers’ Compensation’s (DWC) final version of the Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule […]
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Very sad news out of San Francisco yesterday when a construction worker was killed on the job.  If you, or someone you know has an on the job injury, or was killed on the job, please contact my office at (415) 448-5107. http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Construction-worker-killed-at-Moscone-Center-7467279.php  

What to do When Your Insurance Company Says No There could be a number of reasons why your worker’s comp medications were denied. Medical treatment under worker’s compensation has many rules within the labor code. In my practice, I’ve found that a denial could be as simple as an error in a refill order, or […]
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How to Settle Your Worker’s Comp Claim When you have a worker’s compensation case, you may be wondering how to settle your claim, how long it will take and how much money you might expect to receive. Let’s go over some of the basic information. There are two common ways to reach a worker’s comp […]
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Whether you hurt your back, cut your finger, suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome, or have even been exposed to toxic chemicals, these workplace injuries and more may qualify you to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Regardless of your injury or your disability, my goal is to make the claims process as quick, smooth, and easy for you as possible.

Workers’ comp is a system of laws meant to protect workers who have been injured on the job. Sometimes it’s called Worker’s Compensation or Workmen’s Compensation. And every working man and woman in California who has been injured on the job is entitled to claim workers’ compensation benefits.