Workerscompzone is having another birthday. The blog was born in early 2007. That’s over a decade of doing this blog. California workers’ comp had gone through major upheaval in 2003 and 2004. The system was going through aftershocks, and the workers’ comp “community”...
Every new year I kick off January with a quiz on likely developments in California workers’ comp. Readers can test their insight into probable 2018 happenings in the comp world by taking the following test. Note that in some cases there may be more than one correct...
Should California extend special workers’ comp protections to day laborers? That’s what AB 206 would boil down to. AB 206 (see link to the current bill text below), sponsored by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, is to be considered in the California Assembly...
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