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Ingber & Weinberg Retro Tech Museum: Please check out our retro machines and equipment. Its a time machine and a path to the past

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INGBER & WEINBERG ANNOUNCES THE ADDITION OF OUR NEW ASSOCIATE AND MANAGING ATTORNEY FOR OUR ROSEVEILLE OFFICE, LAURA SIMPSON

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CITY OF JACKSON V. WCAB

CITY OF JACKSON V. WCAB By: Corey A. Ingber Dear Clients and Friends: On 04/26/2017, the Third District Court of Appeal certified for publication its decision in The City of Jackson v. WCAB [C078706/ADJ8701916]. This is a very important case impacting apportionment under Labor Code § 4663. By this decision, the DCA has determined that […]

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IMPRESSIONS FROM CAAA’S 2017 WINTER CONVENTION

IMPRESSIONS FROM CAAA’S 2017 WINTER CONVENTION By: Clifford J. Weinberg The bi-annual CAAA convention always provides an excellent learning opportunity to gain insight into the strategies presented by the applicant’s bar. The 2017 winter meeting in San Diego was no exception and the following highlights were gleaned over the 4 days of classes: ALMARAZ-GUZMAN This […]

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Change and Challenge 2017 Style

Change and Challenge 2017 Style By: Corey A. Ingber With every dawning New Year, there come both changes and challenges rising within our industry. Even in the “off years” between major enacted compensation reforms, there are the usual promulgation of new or revised regulations by the AD, new WCAB practices, new or revised forms and […]

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KEY PROVISIONS OF SB 1160

KEY PROVISIONS OF SB 1160 By: Corey A. Ingber This summer, there were numerous workers’ compensation bills being considered in the legislature, but the one which has emerged is the 8/31/2016 passage of SB 1160. This fifty eight page bill is now on the Governor’s desk for his awaited and expected signature. As you probably […]

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NOTEWORTHY PANEL DECISION

NOTEWORTHY PANEL DECISION By: Clifford J. Weinberg and Jeffrey A. Levenson We are pleased to report that the WCAB recently designated one of our cases as a “Noteworthy Panel Decision.” The case is Jesus Felix Serrano, Applicant v. Exact Staff, Tower Insurance Company, Administered by York RSG, and HR Comp, LLC through Farmington Casualty Company […]

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CAAA SUMMER CONVENTION

CAAA SUMMER CONVENTION By: Clifford J. Weinberg It is always a good idea to attend the CAAA bi-annual conventions and seminars which provide an excellent review of the many pertinent legal issues in our industry. Plus, these conventions provide great insight into the strategies of the applicant’s bar. In attending the most recent convention in […]

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WHEN SHOULD I USE AN AME?

WHEN SHOULD I USE AN AME? By: Corey A. Ingber As most of you are now aware, we generally advise and counsel against the utilization of an Agreed Medical Examiner (“AME”) in the vast majority of cases and under most common factual scenarios. For one thing, AME’s tend to reflexively find some way in which […]

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GETTING A GRIP

GETTING A GRIP By: Corey A. Ingber UPPER EXTREMITY CLAIMS CAN BE CHALLENGING: I have always regarded upper extremity cases both with an abundance of caution and a serious ongoing concern, since they so often have a way of growing into something much more significant, beyond the basic injury. Some common examples are: Reflex Sympathetic […]

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