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What happens if as a result of an industrial injury one can't return to work?
The Supreme Court of the state of California has long held that if someone is medically restricted from returning to their usual and customary work, it is legal or permissible for an employer to prohibit return to work. In addition, unfortunately there are situations where individuals are so disabled that they know they cannot return to their usual and customary job. So what rights exist for these... Read More
Workers’ compensation has a lien on any Read More