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Using the California Workers’ Compensation “Employer’s Bill of Rights”

23 Jul

Many employers have been frustrated by workers’ compensation claims – they felt claims were either fraudulent or  improperly paid.  At the least, the employer did not know what happened and was upset by the impact on his experience modification.

In 1993, the California law was changed to give employers tools to deal with these concerns, in two sections of the California Labor Code, entitled the Employer’s Bill of Rights, Sections 3761 and 3762.

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