Workers’ Comp Bills Clear House Of Origin Before Deadline

California legislators advanced one bill that would sharply curtail the amount of time employers have to investigate workers’ comp claims and passed two others that expand the state’s presumptions that certain conditions are industrially caused. However, a third presumption measure for the healthcare sector and COVID-19 failed to clear the Senate before the June 4th … Read More »

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AB 5 Exemptions, COVID-19 Reporting Bills Approved

The bill signing season is well underway. Governor Gavin Newsom put pen to paper on many bills, including measures increasing the number of exemptions to the Dynamex ABC test and a bill requiring employers to report workplace cases of COVID-19 to local and state public health officials. In addition to these measures, brokers should take … Read More »

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Legislative Agenda Includes Full Card Of AB 5 Exemption Bills

Legislators rushed to beat last week’s deadline for bill introductions and submitted dozens of measures that could impact California’s workers’ comp system. Over two dozen bills seek to carve out new exemptions to last year’s AB 5 legislation. AB 5 is the highly controversial legislation that codified and enlarged the Dynamex decision’s ABC test for … Read More »

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