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What Does the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board Do?

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on September 30, 2013
In Workers Compensation

In California, workers’ compensation insurance is governed by a complex set of laws and regulations created by the state assembly and enforced by the Division of Workers’ Compensation and other bodies. One key player in the system is the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. The Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board is a seven-member board appointed by the… Read More

Once your Social Security disability (SSD) benefits application is approved and you begin to receive benefits, these will generally continue as long as you are disabled. However, there are two situations in which the Social Security Administration (SSA) may decide to stop paying your benefits. You may lose SSD benefits if: You are performing “substantial… Read More

Going Back to Work After an On-the-Job Injury in California

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on September 17, 2013
In Workers Compensation

If you are injured on the job in California, you may wonder whether going back to work will affect your workers’ compensation benefits. You may want to go back to work, but worry that doing so will reduce or eliminate your benefits. Here is an overview of California’s rules about going back to work after… Read More

For most adult recipients, Social Security disability (SSD) benefits are earnings-based. If you have a disabling condition and you meet the earnings requirements, you qualify for benefits; otherwise, you do not, regardless of the severity of your medical condition. One of the most common questions answered by experienced southern California Social Security disability benefits attorneys… Read More

If you are injured on the job, you may have the right to seek and receive workers’ compensation benefits in California. The workers’ compensation laws in California are extensive, offering protections like medical care coverage, temporary and permanent disability benefits, and other benefits to qualifying workers. If you’ve been injured on the job, California does… Read More

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