Jan 18 Understanding Employer Retaliation Laws in California Jan 17 Insurance Companies Seek to Weaken Cumulative Trauma Injury Claims Jan 9 Common Construction Site Injuries - What You Need to Know Dec 29 Reaching MMI: What's Next Dec 21 Can I Appeal a Workers' Comp Denial? Dec 14 Social Security Disability Explained Nov 17 5 Common Workers' Compensation Injuries Nov 16 When is Sexual Harassment a Workers' Comp Claim? Attorney Alan Wax Speaks at CWCDAA on Utilization & Independent Medical Review The California Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorneys’ Association (CWCDAA) 2017 Annual Winter Conference ... When is Sexual Harassment a Workers' Comp Claim? Nobody deserves to have their personal space or comfort violated, least of all in a professional work environment. ... Reaching MMI: What's Next According to the American Medical Association, Medical Maximum Improvement (MMI) is defined as “the point at which ... $40 Million Workers' Compensation Scam in Orange County When you visit your doctor to obtain a diagnosis for the full extent of your work injury and to receive the proper ... 2018 (4 posts) January (3 posts) 2017 (40 posts) December (3 posts) November (10 posts) October (6 posts) September (6 posts) August (4 posts) June (1 posts) May (2 posts) April (2 posts) March (2 posts) February (2 posts) January (2 posts) 2016 (24 posts) December (1 posts) November (2 posts) October (2 posts) September (2 posts) August (2 posts) July (2 posts) June (3 posts) May (2 posts) April (2 posts) March (2 posts) February (3 posts) January (1 posts) Construction Injuries (1) Employer Retaliation (1) Firm News (5) Hints & Tips (2) In the News (4) Repetitive Stress Injuries (3) Workers' Compensation (61) Recent Posts Most Popular Archives Categories Blog Posts in April, 2017 Blog Home What Is and Isn't Eligible for Workers' Compensation Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 18-Apr-2017 If you are seeking workers’ compensation benefits, you must demonstrate that your injury or illness is work-related. Although the “work-related” requirement may appear to be a straight-forward rule, it can be complex. Situations that are considered “work-related” when an injury occurs include: Preexisting conditions – If you have a preexisting condition and your ... Share This Post: Continue Reading How To Dispute An Impairment Rating In A California Workers' Comp Claim Posted By Law Offices of Wax & Wax || 5-Apr-2017 Disputing an impairment rating in a California workers’ compensation claim is a very complicated ordeal. Always remember that the first impairment rating must be disputed within 90 days or you will likely get stuck with it. There are two ways to dispute an impairment rating: one is to request a designated doctor, and the second is to request a benefit review conference. The hard part is ... Share This Post: Continue Reading 2 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.