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California workers' compensation pay used for medical services

In order to maximize the use of public funds, agencies often track the various reasons for disbursement of money. In this state, the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California tracks such data. The tracking enables large public agencies to devise strategies for future development of the program so that it becomes more efficient. Another benefit is that agencies are able to view trends in data and can draw conclusions about whether certain policies are working. The bureau has recently released a report containing the estimated workers' compensation costs for 2016 based on insured employer experience. 

3 myths about workers' compensation in California

If you work in California, it is important for you to know the facts about your rights to workers' compensation. You may not think this is relevant if you are not currently dealing with a work-related injury. But it is important for you to know the difference between what is myth and fact so you can receive the benefits you need in the event of a workplace accident.

Preventing slip-and-fall accidents in the health care workplace

Slip, trip and fall injuries are common in every industry, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, health care workers have a higher risk for non-fatal slips, trips and falls than any other worker in any other industry. Most of these accidents are preventable, however, with good safety and housekeeping procedures. 

Why would you need a lawyer for a workers' compensation claim?

Every year, numerous workers in California suffer a variety of injuries, and you might be one of them. You probably already know that workers' compensation benefits are available to help with your medical expenses, lost wages and other needs. Because this system is already in place, you might wonder why you would need an attorney to help you with your claim.

The risk of workplace injuries is high in trenches

Trench work is a necessary part of many construction jobs here in California and elsewhere. The risk associated with working in trenches prompted the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to recommend two primary ways to avoid potentially injurious or fatal cave-ins. When companies fail to follow these recommendations and other guidelines regarding trenches, workplace injuries are often the result.

Do you have post-traumatic stress disorder after a work accident?

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a condition that many workers in Southern California suffer from. Some employees who work in particular fields, such as law enforcement, manufacturing and health care, may be more likely to experience PTSD. Workers can learn how to identify the signs of PTSD so they can better understand their workers' compensation rights.

Workers' compensation and repetitive stress injuries

People who work in manufacturing and industrial jobs in Southern California are just as at risk for repetitive stress injuries as they are for workplace accidents and illnesses. Cumulative trauma injuries can occur from long-term use, strain and stress of muscles in the affected areas, such as the hands, wrists and back. To better understand your rights as an injured worker, take some time to learn about California workers' compensation and how it applies to repetitive stress injuries.

Victim's family may deserve workers' compensation after crash

A workplace accident can happen at any time. Unfortunately, even the most safety-conscious employees can fall victim to such an accident, often due to the actions of another. As a result, states, including California, require employers to provide workers' compensation insurance benefits to their employees.

Workers' compensation and back pain

Many employees in California drive to work every day to earn a paycheck, but they may also be gaining something else: back pain. Whether a worker is stocking shelves at a grocery store, raising beams at a construction site or building cars in a factory, the possibility of injuring back muscles exists in many different jobs. Here are some of the basics about workers' compensation and back pain.

Top 3 things you should know about workers' comp

The state of California has approved hundreds of millions of dollars in workers' comp payments. Thousands of cases are filed every year, though, and summarily denied. Many people who have suffered workplace injuries are left wondering what must be done in order to get the compensation they are due. There is no winning formula, but there are several things you should be aware of if you are planning on filing for workers' comp. The following three tips may make the process easier if you follow them. 

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