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Welcome to Workers' Compensation Law Center's blog. Here you will mind a lot of great information on the who, what, where, why and how of workers' comp laws and processes. Whether you are at the beginning of the work comp claims process, at the middle with a QME/AME or at the end with the settlement, you just might find some information below that can help you make the right decision. Also, don't forget to check our top 5 FAQs.

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August 17, 2016

A primary treating physician (PTP) is a very important part of the workers compensation process. A PTP is likely your first experience with the work comp system. A good one will help you get treatment, move your claim forward, and provide guidance. On the flip side, a...

February 3, 2016

There was a time when an injured worker hurt on the job in California was entitled to receive medical care; and DID! That time has since passed. With the passing on SB 863 in 2013, we are now seeing the fallout of this "solution." More medical treatments are being deni...

September 30, 2015


Recently, a local high school football player was suspended for several games for being at a party where alcohol was served. The school found out through multiple online postings, including photographs showing this athlete at the party. The athlete did not post them,...

May 12, 2015

Have you received medical bills associated with your California Workers Compensation Claim? Is your credit suffering? Are they sending these medical bills to a collection agency?  


When you have a workers’ compensation claim you are not to be billed by the medical...

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