Calculating Permanent Disability Podcast

WHAT IS IT?

CAAA has been a leader in workers’ compensation education for over forty years.  In the coming year, the association is aiming to distribute some its fine educational offerings in alternative digital formats, including podcasts and webinars.   This is the first podcast released, and we are offering it free to the workers’ compensation community.

 

CREDIT

This program has been approved for Minimum Legal Education self-study credit by the State Bar of California and Legal Specialization in Workers' Compensation in the amount of 1.0 hours.

 

Our next scheduled podcast will be in early August 2013.  Look for a podcast on the topic of Independent Medical Review.

 

Register today for the September 21, 2013 IMR Intensive - Getting Treatment Authorized Seminar.  Two locations: 

For more educational events, click here to see our calendar.
 

CALCULATING PERMANENT DISABILITY
A Comprehensive Case Law Update on Almaraz/Guzman Decisions

and

Permanent Disability Cases

Presented by

Adam Dombchik, Esq

Raymond CorreioRaymond Correio, Esq.

Introduction & Final Comments by

Christopher Viadro

 

Christopher Viadro, Esq.

Ed-Tech Committee Chair

SUMMARY HANDOUTS
This podcast was recorded at the Southern California Applicants’ Attorneys Association meeting in May 2013.  It focuses on a case update on important Almaraz/Guzman and permanent disability issues to include:
  • Use of Grip Strength Impairment
  • ROM v DRE Issues
  • Rebutting the CVC
  • LC 4662
  • Vocational Expert Evidence and LeBoeuf Issues
  1. A detailed summary of the cases referenced.
     
  2. A few pages from a prior seminar in 2008 that discusses rebuttal of the CVC.

HOW 

Click on the player below to listen to the streaming audio.

 

 

Want to listen to this podcast on your mobile device(s) or your computer? Right-click on this link and choose 'Save Link As' to download the podcast.

 

Troubleshooting: If the player or the audio controls do not appear, here are a few suggestions/facts:

  • Use a different browser. Mozilla Firefox seems to cooperate the best.  The player does not work at all with Chrome. With Internet Explorer you may have to allow 'display unsecured content'.
  • Alternatively, you can download the podcast and play it on your media player.

CREDIT
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This program has been approved for Minimum Legal Education self-study credit by the State Bar of California and Legal Specialization in Workers' Compensation in the amount of 1.0 hours.

 

 

Once you have listened to the entire audio.  Click here or on the image to download your self-study certificate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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