Merced, CA asked in Workers' Compensation for California

Q: I'm trying to find which case in the Workers' Comp. Appeals Bd

ether in Eyad as a strict American Medical Association (AMA) Guides rating of 58%, after the principles set forth in Milpitas Unified School District v. WCAB (Guzman) (2010) 187 Cal. App. 4th 808, 75 Cal. Comp. Cases 837 and Athens Administrators v. Workers' Comp. Appeals Bd. (Kite) (2013) 78 Cal. Comp. Cases 213 (writ den.) were considered, the final rating turned out to be 98%. 58% would have been worth approximately $88,377.91 while 98% is worth $273,280.98 plus a life pension including cost of living adjustments. I’m asking this question because I have a total of 57 problems Including Side Effects of Cortisone, Epidural (Steroid Injections ) I already have 3 of State Compensation Insurance Fund QME’s that Blame Side Effects of Cortisone, Epidural (Steroid Injections ) not counting I fractured C2-C7 A7 L2-L5 accord to State Compensation Insurance Fund QME so can you please help me find this case I need to know so if I receive a 98%

R Palmer

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Ronald Mahurin
Ronald Mahurin
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Point Arena, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Both of the cases you are looking for are available through google by name, or on the DIR/WCAB list of important cases.

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