Thursday, January 27, 2005

California Workers' Compensation Changes Not Focused on Workers Best Interests

"The new law that changes how work injuries are evaluated, aimed at saving businesses in California billions of dollars in workers' compensation insurance costs, has received mixed reviews from business owners, insurance carriers and Union officials.

The new system changes the factors determining how much money permanently injured workers receive as compensation for their injuries and will result in some workers who are not severely disabled, and still physically able to earn a living, getting less money for their injuries. "

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