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CA Department of Workers' Compensation (DWC) Posts Proposed Further Amendments to its Workers’ Compensation Information System (WCIS) Regulations and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Implementation Guides
By Lonce LaMon and the Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Workers' Compensation of the state of California - November 30, 2016

The California DIR’s Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) today posted proposed regulations further revising its Workers’ Compensation Information System (WCIS) regulations and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Implementation Guides. Members of the public are invited to present written comments regarding the proposed modifications to dwcrules@dir.ca.gov until 5 p.m. on Thursday, December 15.

Following the Office of Administrative Law’s publication of DWC’s initial draft of these regulations, a public hearing was held March 28. A second draft of the regulations was released for a 15-day comment period, which ended on June 9.


California workers compensation overhaul saved bigger bucks: The Sacramento Bee  November 24, 2016
The Legislature tends to pass sweeping policy changes by trumpeting their supposed beneficial impacts, but only rarely revisits their decrees to see how they worked out.
 
Legislative leaders pay verbal homage to “oversight,” but on the rare occasions it occurs, it is more often than not superficial or self-serving, rather than deep and objective.

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L.A. Area Applicant Attorney States Donald Trump's Upcoming Presidency Likely To Effect California And Other States' Workers' Compensation Claims Volumes
By Lonce LaMon - November 28, 2016

One Los Angeles area applicants’ attorney, Belal Hamideh, who has offices in Long Beach and downtown...

Applicant Attorney Fees Increase In Florida. Ripple Effect From Florida Supreme Court Ruling Could Predictably Reach The West.
By Lonce LaMon - November 23, 2016

For Florida, the National Council on Compensation Insurance Inc. (NCCI) has produced numbers stating t...

1.6 Million Dollar Work Comp Claim For Truck Crash In Fort Myers Is No Case Of Fraud
By Lonce LaMon and NBC news article - November 22, 2016

Roy Denson of Fort Meyers, Florida, was a city employee when he crashed his truck while on the job in ...

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Settlements and Medicare in Workers’ Compensation Claims Handling--The difficult part.
By Anthony Santos - October 13, 2016

When resolving any workers’ compensation claim involving medical treatment, the parties are required...

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Somebody Pulled Claims Assistant Aaron Allen's Leg, But It Was No Joke
By Jorge Alexandria - October 31, 2016

Aaron Allen is a warm, charming, and articulate 29-year-old workers’ compensation claims assistant for AmTrust Financial Servi...

 
 

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