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Laughlin Falbo Levy and Moresi 2017 Partners announced.

Laughlin, Falbo, Levy and Moresi is pleased to announce the addition of two new partners.  Natalie Cordellos of the San Francisco office and Erin Walker of the Oakland office have been elected Partners as of January 1, 2017.  Both Natalie and Erin demonstrate the high level of client service, teamwork, and commitment that are the core of our partnership. Please join us in welcoming and congratulating them all.  To view their profiles, click on the name: Natalie Cordellos Erin Walker To see […]

CCWC Conference dates set for July 12 – 14, 2017

The CCWC’s 15th Annual Conference July 12 – 14 will have three days of idea generation, education, and great networking opportunities. It will be at the exciting Disneyland® Resort. About the CCWC- The California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation (CCWC) works alongside state lawmakers and regulators to make positive change happen. They are credited with directly influencing the passage of legislation which includes Senate Bill 899 (2004) and Senate Bill 863 (2012).

CWC&R Monarch Beach Resort, Dana Point October 4-7, 2016

LFLM is proud to be a sponsor, supporter and presenter. This conference focuses on the most up-to-date, cutting-edge risk management & Workers’ Comp strategies for self & fully Insured employers. We will be presenting on: Win, Lose or Latte – W/C Case update from the most pedestrian to the most outrageous – This session will present a spectrum of workers’ compensation cases from the most pedestrian to the most outrageous. The audience will be asked to determine whether the decision […]

The Rule Against Settlement of the Vouchers has Once Again Changed

August 16, 2016 For those carriers who were previously burdened by the vocational rehabilitation system in place for injured workers, the passage of Labor Code §4658.5 on 1/1/04, replacing that system with supplemental job displacement vouchers was a much heralded cost cutting event. Initially, parties were allowed to “settle out” this potential benefit owed to applicant. However, when SB 863 subsequently went into effect on 1/1/13, the Legislature denied parties the right to settle vouchers for injuries after that date. […]

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