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Designate Your Treating Physician Before You Suffer a Workers' Compensation Injury
Designate Your Treating Physician Before You Suffer a Workers' Compensation Injury

Seldom do workers in California consider if they have a legal right to select their treating physician before they suffer a Workers' Compensation injury. Although this may necessarily be from a list of physicians provided by their employer (presuming that the employer is ...

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      Seldom do workers in California consider if they have a legal right to select their treating physician before they suffer a Workers' Compensation ...

      View More
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      View More
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