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Take charge of your workers" compensation claim an A to Z guide for injured employees by Christopher A. Ball

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Published by Nolo in Berkeley, CA .
Written in English

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  • California

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  • Workers" compensation -- Law and legislation -- California -- Popular works.

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby Christopher A. Ball ; edited by Bethany K. Laurence.
GenrePopular works.
ContributionsLaurence, Bethany K., 1968-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFC592.Z9 B35 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3566546M
ISBN 100873379098
LC Control Number2002043244

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  Attorney Christopher A. Ball is the author of California Workers' Comp: How to Take Charge When You Are Injured on the Job, now in its eighth , Mr. Ball has practiced workers' compensation law exclusively. He is certified as a Worker's Compensation Specialist with the State Bar of Edition: 11th. Get this from a library! Take charge of your workers' compensation claim: an A to Z guide for injured employees. [Christopher A Ball; Beth Laurence]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: How to handle your workers' compensation claim. 1st California ed. Employment Development Department (EDD) when workers’ compensation payments are delayed or denied. (You should file a claim for SDI or UI benefits if you are not working because of your injury, in case there is a problem with your workers’ compensation claim. Make sure to tell the EDD about your workers’ compensation claim.)File Size: KB.

  Handle your California workers' compensation claim and maximize your benefits! From industrial injuries to carpal tunnel syndrome, more than a million Californians a year suffer job-related injuries or illness. For many, receiving compensation can be a nightmare, since recent laws give employers and insurance companies far greater rights and employees fewer medical 5/5(1). DWC; Workers' compensation reference materials. en español. Most of these publications are available at public, law or university libraries. They may be purchased on-line, at legal book stores, or by calling the phone number listed with the publication. Filing a Workers' Comp Claim. Once you report your injury, your employer should give you any necessary forms to fill out. Typically, the employer will submit these forms to its insurance company and the state workers’ compensation agency. In some states, this will be the official start to your workers’ compensation : Barbara Kate Repa. : California Workers' Comp: How To Take Charge When You're Injured On The Job () by Ball Attorney, Christopher and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(7).

Workers compensation insurance coverage can help to protect both you and your employees after a work-related injury or illness. For the employee, workers compensation provides medical care, lost wages and more. For the employer, workers compensation provides a sole remedy, avoiding expensive civil litigation.   PDF ONLINE Take Charge of Your Workers Compensation Claim: An A to Z Guide for Injured Employees (California Worker s Comp: How to Take Charge When You re Injured on the Job). After the Claim. Most of your involvement with the workers' compensation claim process is complete after filling out the necessary paperwork. But you still want to follow up on your claim and make sure you keep detailed records. For instance, you may want to keep a journal of how the injury affects your work and day-to-day activities. Workers' compensation (which formerly was known as workmen's compensation until the name was changed to make it gender-neutral) and often abbreviated as Workers' Comp, is a form of insurance providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee's right to sue his or .