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Published on December 23, 2016

Workers Comp Changes Ringing in With The New Year

New Jersey Devils “wrongfully withheld” medical records

http://thecomeback.com/puckdrunklove/nhl/new-jersey-devils-wrongfully-withheld-medical-records-in-brain-injury-case.htmlThe New Jersey Devils reportedly withheld medical records in a recent workers’ compensation case involving former NHL enforcer Mike Peluso.

Peluso filed for …

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New Year, New Workers’ Comp “Opt Out” Rule For Execs

Seyfarth Synopsis:
New legislation effective 2017 will expand California workers’ compensation coverage by requiring coverage for certain high-level individuals unless they affirmatively opt out and waive coverage, thereby reversing the prior rule by …

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Ninth Circuit Sides With Growers Against California

https://courthousenews.com/ninth-circuit-sides-with-growers-against-california/SAN FRANCISCO
Two Fresno-based farm companies have plausibly argued that a California workers’ compensation law denies them equal protection, because the Legislature may have targeted them in a law to court support from the United Farm …

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PPJ Healthcare Enterprises Inc. Closes Billing Contracts in California Workers Compensation Compounding Pharmacy

PPJ Healthcare Enterprises Inc. (OTC PINK: PPJE) has announced today that it closed two billing agreements with compounding pharmacies to provide Workers Comp. billing and lien collection.

“We have …

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California’s Workers’ Comp Division Posts Adjustments to Medical Fee Schedule

California’s Division of Workers’ Compensation has posted an order adjusting the Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics and Supplies (DMEPOS) section of the official medical fee schedule to conform to the 2017 changes in the Medicare payment …

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