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Accepted claim and sdi retro
#1
If your claim has been accepted and sdi has a retro effective date back to date of injury, do you a med legal report to prove to judge as ttd from that retro date? Is the judge obligated to tell you the labor code if you can’t remember it?
 
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#2
Any doctors opinion is sufficient evidence to support a disability period. If there are differing medical opinions, the court prefers use of a QME or -if there are attys - an AME to resolve disputed medical issues.
The links i’ve Supplied previously should have explained this:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/FactSheets/FactSheet_E.pdf

The judge is not going to supply labor code references or quotes. The court is going to follow the labor code AND case law in all its decisions whether the parties cite them or not.

You can also find expert help and explanations from these sources:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/WC_referenceMaterials.htm

Especially mr. ball’s book.

Also search you tube videos for “California workers compensation”.

also:
https://hurtworker.com/california-worker...ion-trial/

Hopefully these will be more helpful.
Reminder :
........Each state has their own comp system; POST YOUR STATE to get accurate information. Use the search feature to find information from similar questions.
THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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#3
(10-31-2018, 11:48 AM)1171 Wrote: Any doctors opinion is sufficient evidence to support a disability period. If there are differing medical opinions, the court prefers use of a QME or -if there are attys - an AME to resolve disputed medical issues.
The links i’ve Supplied previously should have explained this:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/FactSheets/FactSheet_E.pdf

The judge is not going to supply labor code references or quotes. The court is going to follow the labor code AND case law in all its decisions whether the parties cite them or not.

You can also find expert help and explanations from these sources:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/WC_referenceMaterials.htm

Especially mr. ball’s book.

Also search you tube videos for “California workers compensation”.

also:
https://hurtworker.com/california-workers-compensation

articles/california-workers-compensation-trial/

Hopefully these will be more helpful.

I’m gonna lose my mind soon.

I’m being told that my claim was accepted a year ago. They never sent me anything. All this time they have been telling me it’s denied. How can this happen?
 
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#4
I also saw all the attorneys that turned me down. I now know the answer why they didn’t want to help me.
 
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#5
(10-31-2018, 04:43 PM)Lostandconfused Wrote:
(10-31-2018, 11:48 AM)1171 Wrote: Any doctors opinion is sufficient evidence to support a disability period. If there are differing medical opinions, the court prefers use of a QME or -if there are attys - an AME to resolve disputed medical issues.
The links i’ve Supplied previously should have explained this:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/FactSheets/FactSheet_E.pdf

The judge is not going to supply labor code references or quotes. The court is going to follow the labor code AND case law in all its decisions whether the parties cite them or not.

You can also find expert help and explanations from these sources:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/WC_referenceMaterials.htm

Especially mr. ball’s book.

Also search you tube videos for “California workers compensation”.

also:
https://hurtworker.com/california-workers-compensation

articles/california-workers-compensation-trial/

Hopefully these will be more helpful.

I’m gonna lose my mind soon.

I’m being told that my claim was accepted a year ago. They never sent me anything. All this time they have been telling me it’s denied. How can this happen?

I wish I would have read this sooner. I was being respectful and cordial. If I knew that I just had to be loud and blow smoke without any legal documents to support my argument.

I have another question 1176, what would the carrier be litigating in an accepted claim?
 
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#6
i can see you are having trouble making sense out of both sdi and the workers comp process. that can easily happen when overloaded with information on complex systems. more information is not necessarily better in those cases.
doing the best you can in your own words often makes a better impression at a hearing.
Reminder :
........Each state has their own comp system; POST YOUR STATE to get accurate information. Use the search feature to find information from similar questions.
THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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#7
(11-01-2018, 05:02 PM)1171 Wrote: i can see you are having trouble making sense out of both sdi and the workers comp process. that can easily happen when overloaded with information on complex systems. more information is not necessarily better in those cases.
doing the best you can in your own words often makes a better impression at a hearing.


Is there a standard procedure for IC to notify you if your claim has been accepted? The Vice President of the IC told me it’s not in their best practice to send out these letters to every claimant. He couldn’t explain why some recieves them and some don’t. He said my claim wasn’t important enough so I didn’t get that letter.

That letter does not specifically state what is compensable and what is not.
 
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#8
You are having problems with your memory; you already asked that.
Reminder :
........Each state has their own comp system; POST YOUR STATE to get accurate information. Use the search feature to find information from similar questions.
THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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#9
(11-01-2018, 08:33 PM)1171 Wrote: You are having problems with your memory; you already asked that.

Sorry, I’m beginning to worry too. I was known to have the best memory amongst my friends and family. I hasn’t been easy dealing with a bunch of liars.

How would the average person beat a billion dollar IC? They can print up these letters whenever they want. They can tell you they mailed it even though you never received it. Is it normal that every adjuster has a different answer for the same question?
 
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