Individuals (and groups) not eligible for regular membership of the Association may become eligible for associate membership if they meet one of the following requirements for associate membership:
- Active member of the State Bar of California, in good standing, ineligible for regular membership in the Association;
- Physicians, as defined in Labor Code Section 3209.3, in good standing with their respective regulatory bodies, and who, whether or not are Qualified Medical Examiners, adhere to and comply with the requirements of Labor Code Sections 139.3, 139.4, 139.43, 139.45, and 4628;
- Other individuals or organizations who do not represent or appear on behalf of injured workers before the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, and who adhere to the objectives and purposes of our organization and who comply with all laws in an ethical manner.
Non-attorney associate members of CAAA include doctors, chiropractors, medical therapists, rehabilitation, and vocational specialists and counselors, all of whom are specifically trained in the tasks necessary to assist the injured or disabled worker to regain their rightful place in the work force. The associate membership also consists of med-legal vendors and specialized office services vendors.
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Platinum – $2250 - for up to ten (10) persons in a company, recognition includes listing as a Platinum member of CAAA in the convention syllabi, recognition in aCAAAmplishments and a special badge at conventions.
Gold – $1550 - for up to three (3) persons in a company, recognition includes listing as a Patron of CAAA in the convention syllabi, recognition in aCAAAmplishments and a special badge at conventions.
Silver – $900 - membership for a single person
Interpreters & Court Reporters – $425
Law Student – $100
New or Welcome Back – $500 - single individual, never been a member of CAAA or out of CAAA for over 2-yrs or more.
CAAA Memberships are billed on a calendar year basis, January 1 through December 31 and are non-transferable.