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September 2012 Archives

California passes bill reforming workers' compensation insurance

The governor of California recently signed a bill overhauling the state's workers' compensation program, which has a budget of over $17 billion. The bill would increase the payments of disability benefits to workers permanently disabled by job injuries by $740 million per year, and would give companies a break on workers' compensation insurance premiums. California's governor personally lobbied hard for the bill, pleading directly with legislators and supplying an extra $120 million per year for permanently disabled workers. The bill passed the California legislature on the last night of its session.

Los Angeles Doctor Cleared of Wrongdoing in Wrongful Death Suit

Recently, a Los Angeles jury acquitted a local doctor of responsibility for the wrongful death of a passenger in a vehicle driven by a patient suffering from dementia. The jury found that the physician was not responsible for failing to notify the local health authorities of his patient's dementia or to recommend that the patient's driver's license be revoked.

Probation officer accused of false workers' compensation claims

Recently, a probation officer with Los Angeles County was arrested and charged with allegedly filing false workers' compensation claims over the past three years. The probation officer faces 27 felony counts of forging departmental and medical documents, including signatures, to support the workers' compensation claims that she made. The probation officer was placed on unpaid administrative leave following her arrest, and she remains in police custody. She allegedly made the claims so that she could receive money from California's state insurance program in addition to her regular pay.

Mother, two daughters killed in Hollywood car crash

A 27-year-old California woman and her 4-year-old and 6-year-old daughters were killed recently in a car accident when a car in oncoming traffic struck their Dodge Caravan, causing it to spin over and hit a pole. The car accident occurred when the car in oncoming traffic, a grey Infinity, driven by a 74-year-old man, swerved into the wrong side of the road, striking the car driven by the woman. The man was taken to the hospital in critical condition, and several nearby streets were shut down for the police investigation.

Jury says teenager entitled to $14.5 million for brain injury

Anyone injured in California as a result of a catastrophic injury or who has loved ones injured often faces extreme personal suffering. In addition to the physical injuries involved, they must also face the mental pain and suffering of experiencing such a traumatic event or seeing a loved one get injured or killed. The financial cost of these accidents is also high, as the victims must cope with things such as lost wages and mounting medical bills.

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