Sullivan on Comp is the most comprehensive treatise available on California workers' compensation law. The material is explained thoroughly yet in a straightforward style. It is written for attorneys, claims adjusters, employers and anyone else that needs current, complete and easily accessible information on this body of law.
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MS&A Literature | New E-book: SB 863 Five Years Later
It’s been five years since SB 863 — the most significant overhaul ever of the California workers’ compensation system. Since enacted, administrative regulations have been promulgated, extensive case law has issued and new legislation has been passed to complement and strengthen the reforms. Yet battles are still being fought.
This e-book identifies which legal issues have been decided and which have not. Where appropriate, it identifies strategies for dealing with ambiguities in the law.
MS&A Literature | Quick Guide: Time Limits in Work Comp
Workers' compensation practitioners are subject to a multitude of time limits. Complying with the various time limits is necessary to preserve certain rights and defenses. For defendants, complying with the time limits will also protect them penalties and sanctions. The following Quick Reference Guide provides a list of time limits that all practitioners must be familiar with.
MS&A Literature | PD Chart
Permanent disability benefits are available to workers who are irreversibly injured by a workplace injury. Pursuant to Labor Code § 4658, an employee who is permanently partially disabled will receive payments for a specified number of weeks at the employee's permanent partial disability compensation rate. The following chart calculates the total payout to workers who are entitled to permanent disability at the maximum rate.