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Can a Mental Health Condition Qualify for Disability?

December 12, 2017

Most people are aware that, if they’re injured at work, they have insurance coverage (often through a workers compensation program). Workers may also have some kind of short- or long-term disability coverage if they’re hurt on the job, meant to make sure ongoing medical expenses will be taken care of and that they’ll receive at …

Injured Employees of Unlicensed Contractors Can Sue the Person or Entity Who Hired the Contractor

November 28, 2017

The classification of an employee compared to an independent contractor can be complex. Indeed, there are times when a person seems to be a quintessential independent contractor but is actually an employee. The resolution of this issue can have a significant impact on the ability of an injured employee to obtain compensation. Let’s take the …

Long-Term Disability: Improving the Odds of Getting Your Claim Approved

November 6, 2017

Insurance companies are notorious for almost always initially denying claims. As a profit-making company, it is in their best interest to pay out as little as possible to policyholders. This conflict of interest can make it incredibly difficult to get a valid claim approved. Even the most well-supported long-term disability (LTD) cases can result in …

Own Occupation vs. Any Occupation Disability Policies in California

October 30, 2017

Disability insurance policies generally provide coverage when a person has been injured or become sick to the extent that they are unable to work their “own occupation” or “any occupation.” Some disability policies contain features of both coverages, providing coverage for disability from one’s “own occupation” for a certain period (usually two years), and then …

Johnson v. Open Door Community Health Centers Clarifies California Statute Of Limitations

October 25, 2017

The Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA) became California Law in 1975. MICRA’s provisions include a number of traps for unwary plaintiffs, unfortunately, including a shortened statute of limitations for actions against healthcare providers arising out of their professional care. Under MICRA, plaintiffs must bring their complaints against healthcare providers within one year, instead of …