Calif. Court Rules Employer Not Responsible for All Permanent Disability

June 22, 2007

  • June 22, 2007 at 7:28 am
    Wikipedi says:
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    Home, Auto, Life Insurance Policy

    How Do You Define “Transfer Agent”?

    I, for one would add that up the A.M.R.

    American Medical Response.

    Acronym Definition

    WBN Welcome Back Neighbor (State Farm Program)

    Welcome back where, to the ER room’s of Los Gatos Community Hospital, Los Gatos, CA, and have thoracic and lumbar X-Rays taken, and then leave with verbal instructions to seek psychiatric releif.

    Personal Photo’s Albums and misc. pictures Funny huh? Evergreen High School, Vancouver, WA. Van as in Auto Accident 1-13-1998/ X-Ray or other non- to relations intials: R/M serve to make your Ace or State disability obligations extinct, go away.

    By the way, I attended Evergreen High School and Clark College.

    Employer Records of Application should also prove, you’re poking your nose in to far.

    Your Cost, Lawyers!!!!!!!!!!

  • June 22, 2007 at 4:36 am
    Joker says:
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    “It’s basically a fairness concept and encourages California employers to hire the disabled, those with prior injuries even the elderly without concern of liability for pathology…” What did it cost the employer to defend their assets in this case? Hardly a cause to be joyous for reduced liability.

  • June 22, 2007 at 6:32 am
    wide variety says:
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    Just another example where insurance is eroded by monopolistic insurers.

    Employer’s Aware of the practice, roll over to SSI/SSA.

    The Cost is Amplified across race, gender, spouse, and Governments welfare systems.

    That’s why I chose to fight, Zero down is where, and the conditions in which I live, NOT for the trade/complacenty of county and state workers job stability.

    SEIU, also at their best Servicing county and state welfare/d injured worker’s besting their luck, that the worker is a single mother.

    http://insurance.freeadvice.com/reviews/213/

  • June 23, 2007 at 1:05 am
    CYNTHIA BOLTON says:
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    I think anytime an employee is injury at work, the employer is responsible for it until other wise. Now for my case I was cheated and rob of my rights. I did not get the same information on my case, because I did not understand worker’s compensation until I was injury and damaged.

  • June 25, 2007 at 8:29 am
    Nebraskan says:
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    No offense Cynthia, but it is also the obligation of the Employee to be informed of their rights. And if the company you are working for does not have all information readily available to you, then you should call your state’s Department of Insurance to report them.

    Make sure you read the fine print before you sign!



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