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Utilizing Labor Code Section 5701 to Resolve Medical Legal Disputes
Utilizing Labor Code Section 5701 to Resolve Medical Legal Disputes

Senate Bill 899 created a new procedure described in Labor Code Section 4062.2 to obtain medical legal reports through the Panel QME process for injuries after 1/1/05. The idea of having one doctor to evaluate an injured worker instead of two doctors with diametrically ...

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