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What if my Workers’ Comp claim has been denied?

In the California workers’ compensation (“WC”) system, the WC defendant e.g., the WC insurance carrier or permissibly self-insured employer, is allowed to place your claim on delay status for up to 90 days from the date of the defendant’s receipt of your WC claim. Within this 90-day delay status period, the WC defendant is supposed [Read more]

What if my Workers’ Comp claim has been denied?2020-11-13T03:02:12-08:00

2018 SuperLawyers Honors

Ford Wallach is proud to announce that Partner, Cheryl Wallach is among the elite list of 2018 SuperLawyers® Top Women Lawyers in workers' compensation law in Southern California.    

2018 SuperLawyers Honors2020-11-13T02:26:23-08:00

Election Day 2018

Ford & Wallach: Geared Up For Election Day 2018 Since 1953, Ford & Wallach, has committed itself to educating and empowering voters and electing pro-labor union candidates. In addition, to representing our clients with the highest levels of advocacy at the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Court (“WCAB”) and in other proceedings for California [Read more]

Election Day 20182020-11-13T02:56:33-08:00

TTD (Temporary Total Disability) Rates are Going Up for 2019 Dates of Injury

One of the most important benefits for an injured worker with an admitted injury is the wage replacement benefit known in the California workers’ compensation (“WC”) system as Temporary Total Disability (“TTD”). TTD is meant to compensate an injured worker for their loss of wages while the injured worker is off work recovering from their [Read more]

TTD (Temporary Total Disability) Rates are Going Up for 2019 Dates of Injury2020-11-13T03:06:48-08:00

Workers’ Comp Continuing Education Event 2018

Download Worker's Compensation Labor Studies Flyer Here or click below image to enlarge. Scott Ford and Cheryl Wallach of Ford & Wallach are the instructors for Labor Studies 127 (1 unit of college credit) at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College on May 5 and 12, 2018. Enroll by mail, at the Labor Center Office, MA-05 or [Read more]

Workers’ Comp Continuing Education Event 20182020-11-13T03:04:40-08:00

Findings and Award

You have the right to go to trial to seek a Findings and Award ("F&A") when it is not possible to reach a settlement agreement in your workers' compensation case. This can happen when you are unable to reach a settlement agreement for a Stipulations With Request For Award ("Stips") or for a Compromise and Release ("C&R"). In this, [Read more]

Findings and Award2020-11-13T03:07:34-08:00

Settling Your Case By Compromise And Release

In our last post, we offered advantages and disadvantages to a type of workers' compensation settlement known as Stipulations With Request for Award (if you missed that post, you can find it here). In this, our second post about the types of California workers' comp settlements, we will give you a basic primer about [Read more]

Settling Your Case By Compromise And Release2020-11-13T03:08:56-08:00

Stipulations With Request For Award

Last month, we discussed some pros and cons about settling your workers' compensation case versus going to trial. Now we will offer some basic knowledge about types of settlements you may need to consider. Types of settlements include: 1. Stipulations With Request For Award; 2. Compromise And Release; and 3. Findings And Award. This week, [Read more]

Stipulations With Request For Award2020-11-13T03:10:00-08:00

What is workers' compensation? What is a workers' compensation claim? Do you have a claim? Watch to learn about eligibility, benefits and the history of workers comp, from attorney Cheryl Wallach of Ford & Wallach in Los Angeles, California. Ms. Wallach has over 20 years of experience in workers compensation law and is a certified specialist by the [Read more]

What is workers' compensation?2020-11-13T01:00:48-08:00

SB 899 and SB 863 Workers’ Compensation Reform

Download the below document for important changes that you need to know regarding SB 899 and the new SB 863 workers' compensation reform. The workers' compensation law is full of pitfalls and traps for the unknowledgeable worker. Miss a deadline and your claim may be over. Before you are injured, know your rights!!! Downloadable [Read more]

SB 899 and SB 863 Workers’ Compensation Reform2020-11-13T20:48:39-08:00
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