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COVID-19 & Workers’ Comp FAQs

COVID-19 & Workers’ Comp FAQs

The deadly COVID-19 virus has captured all our attention and has also generated many questions, including whether workers’ compensation laws cover someone claiming to have contracted the illness in the workplace. We’ve compiled employer questions about COVID-19 and our answers…

Residential Employee Status Expanded

Residential Employee Status Expanded

In the recent Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (WCAB) panel decision of Arambul v. Alejandra Ortiz, the WCAB commissioners highlighted the significant changes made to Labor Code Section 3352(a)(8) and found that since the residential worker was contracted to work for…

Bill Armstrong to speak at CSIA 2020 Conference

Bill Armstrong to speak at CSIA 2020 Conference

RTGR Law’s Senior Partner, the preeminent Bill Armstrong, will be speaking at the 2020 California Self-Insurers Association (CSIA) 2020 Employer Seminar & Annual Meeting & Education Conference on Tuesday, April 21st. Bill will update the attendees on recent cases and…

P.T.S.D. Presumption Webinar

P.T.S.D. Presumption Webinar

SB 542 took effect on January 1, 2020, creating a strong presumption of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (“PTSD”) injury for every Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff and Firefighter in California. RTGR Law will be presenting a live Webinar covering the new law…

Does AB 749 Prohibit C&R’s with Resignations?

Does AB 749 Prohibit C&R’s with Resignations?

Update: In a recent unpublished 4th District Court of Appeal case, Kennedy v. MUFG Union Bank, it was held that a voluntary resignation as part of a workers’ compensation settlement warranted summary judgement in favor of the employer, in a civil case alleging wrongful termination…

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