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Ron Mahurin

Workers Compensation Law Firm for Injured workers, Northern California
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Blackledge vs Bank of America 38 CWCR 117 (2010) is a case that merits periodic review because it delineates the roles of the Judge, Physician, and Rater in determining the actual disability assigned to a particular injury. A Physician is to to assess the injured employee’s whole person ...

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ADA AND INDIAN CASINOS. Quite often I receive telephone calls from injured workers that do not fall under California law because they are Federal employees, or work for an Indian gaming entity. With respect to the latter, I also get requests for Americans with Disabilities Act prosecution (ADA) ...

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What happens if you settle your case and make an unfortunate mistake. Can it be corrected? If it is a clerical error, yes. California Code of Regulation 10858 allows a WCJ to correct clerical errors if no petition for reconsideration has been filed. Correcting other issues depends on many factors...

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Daniel Belling vs United Parcel Service is a Significant Panel Decision that merits review. First Mr. Belling’s wife attended his Qualified Medical Evaluation to help provide information because Mr. Belling was “unable to communicate the required information to the evaluator.” In other words, th...

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When a person settles a Workers Compensation case in California then applies for Social Security disability benefits it generates many concerns, especially if there is a lump sum settlement in the Workers Compensation case. First the Social Security Administration wants to make sure you do not s...

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Sub Rosa, or more commonly video evidence, is often obtained by the employer in a WC case. In Suezkai vs Superior Court 58 Cal. 2d 166 (1962) the court found that video is not protected by the attorney client privilege to prevent “surprise.” Twenty years later in Downing the appeals court held ...

Read More v. Aqua Systems (February 23, 2019) 2019 provides some hope for injured workers embattled with insurance providers. In Pena the applicant filed a penalty for late payment of medical mileage, something that is endemic in workers compensation cases. At trial Pena wa...

Read More issue that pops up time and time again is whether or not an injured worker is entitled to one day of Total Temporary Disability, TTD, for taking time off to attend a medical appointment. While it is certain that an employee is entitled to TTD when unable to work, the...

Read More /// Over payment of Total Temporary Disability (TTD) is an issue that plagues many injured workers when they try to settle their claim because the adjusting agencies are careless. Often TTD continues even when there are reports finding an injured worked Permanent and Stati...

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    Representing injured workers before the Workers Compensation Appeals Board. If you have a question, call or contact me by email. There is no fee for a consultation.

Workers' Compensation for injured worker

I have practiced workers compensation for 18 years.  I represent injured workers before the Workers Compensation Appeals Board.  If you have a question about benefits, medical treatment, or just want to know more, contact me.  There is no fee for a consultation.

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42500 Eureka Hill Road
Point Arena, CA 95468
United States

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Mon:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tue:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wed:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thu:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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