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CA DWC Initiates Procedure to Assess Administrative Penalties for Failure to Submit IMR Medical Records
By Press Release - CA Department of Industrial Relations - November 25, 2014

The Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) will initiate the procedure to assess administrative penalties for claims administrator failure to timely submit relevant medical records in cases currently pending Independent Medical Review (IMR).

Under Labor Code section 4610.5(i), DWC is authorized to assess penalties against claim administrators whose conduct has the effect of delaying the IMR process. Under current regulations, Maximus Federal Services, Inc., the organization designated by DWC to conduct IMR reviews, sends the claims administrator a Notice of Assignment and Request for Information (NOARFI) in an IMR case. The notice advises of the relevant medical records to be submitted, which must be provided to Maximus within 15 days of the date on the NOARFI. The regulatory requirements for submitting records can be found at California Code of Regulations, title 8, section 9792.10.5. 


Lack of wet floor sign entitles New Mexico nurse to higher disability benefits: Business Insurance   November 10, 2014

A New Mexico nurse who was injured when she fell on the job is entitled to an increase in disability benefits because her employer failed to post a “wet floor” sign, the state Supreme Court ruled.

Sara L. Benavides worked for Eastern New Mexico Medical Center as a registered nurse in 2006 when she slipped and fell on a wet floor, according to court records. She suffered compensable injuries to her right leg and hip, lower back, and neck.

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DWC Issues Second 15-Day Notice for Modification to Proposed Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule Regulations
By Press Release - CA Department of Industrial Relations - November 25, 2014

The California Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) has posted a second 15-day no...

Energi and HDI-Gerling Select York to Manage Workers’ Compensation Claims
By Lonce LaMon from Press Release - November 24, 2014

York Risk Services Group, a provider of claims management, managed care and risk m...

Sim Hoffman, M.D. And Thomas Heric, M.D. Finally Plead Not-Guilty In Orange County Superior Court After Demurrer Denied
By Lonce LaMon - November 18, 2014

Sim Hoffman, M.D. and Thomas Heric, M.D. were finally arraigned in Orange County S...

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Timing Is Crucial In Dental Trauma And To Keep Costs Down When An On-The-Job Injury
By Dr. Shikha Ruby Banerjee - September 26, 2014

“Shots fired. Officer down...  Automatic fire coming in-bound... Officers still down in the k...

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Irwin L. Goldstein Joins Defense Firm Harrison, Eichenberg & Murphy After Decades As An Applicants' Attorney
By Lonce LaMon - November 26, 2014

Irwin L. Goldstein, who goes by “Larry”, has joined the workers’ compensatio...

 
 

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