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Judge King Demands Supplemental Briefings In Sim Hoffman, M.D. Work Comp Fraud Case In Orange County. He Asks Of The Prosecution, 'What are the false claims?'
By Lonce Lamonte - November 4, 2018

The judge still did not rule on the defense's 995 motion to dismiss on Friday. He walked out of his chambers at about 9:30 am and up to his bench while putting on his robe.  The honorable Richard King opened court on Friday, November 2nd 2018, in Orange County Superior Court, department C-45, to hear once again the Sim Hoffman, M.D. workers’ compensation fraud case.

The parties are still embroiled in the 995 motion. Just before and as court opened, Shaddi Kamiabipour, the prosecutor, sat on the left side, from the audience perspective, at the attorneys’ table.  She had her lap top computer open, her reading glasses poised in her right hand, as she wore a long burgundy and white tweed jacket.  Her two shades of brown hair fell elegantly layered and subtly curled to the top of her shoulder blades.


Workers’ Comp Study Reveals Top Ways to Close Claims Performance Gap: Claims Journal  August 6, 2018

A five-year analysis of more than 1,700 claims executives benchmarking data by Rising Medical Solutions identifies the top three practices claims organizations should adopt to join their more successful peers, or risk falling further behind.

Just 24 percent of claims organizations are high performers, according to the Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study. A new white paper released by the study group – “How to Close the Claims Performance Gap: Top 3 Findings in 5 Years of the Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study” – asks, what do the other 76 percent need to do to catch up?

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Four Chiropractors and Another Capper Charged By Orange County District Attorney As Phase II Of Multi-Million Dollar Workers’ Compensation Illegal Patient Referral Scam
By Lonce Lamonte - November 1, 2018

Four chiropractors and another capper were charged on October 30th 2018 by the Orange Count...

The Travelers Partners With Gilbane and Triax Technologies to Test Benefits of Wearables for Construction Industry
By Lonce Lamonte with the Travelers' News Release - October 30, 2018

The Travelers has announced a collaboration with Gilbane, one of the country’s largest contractors, ...

California’s Division of Workers’ Compensation Posts Adjustments to Official Medical Fee Schedule Inpatient Hospital Section to Conform to Medicare Changes
By Lonce Lamonte and the California DIR's Newsline - October 18, 2018

The Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) has posted an adjustment to the inpatient hospital secti...

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Growing Up In A Career Of Claims And Workers’ Compensation
By Eddie Avilez - May 25, 2018

I’m anxious.  My palms are sweaty.  It took three tries but finally the Windsor knot is ready.  M...

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Sheri Lawrence Joins Sempra Energy As Employee Care Services Manager After 29 Years Of Workers' Compensation Claims Experience
By Lonce Lamonte - August 21, 2018

Sheri Lawrence began on July 23rd 2018 as the Employee Care Services Manager at Sempra Energy, Southern Ca...

 
 

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