This case concerns allegations by the Texas Medical Association, the Texas AFL-CIO, Patient Advocates of Texas, and Doctors Allen J. Meril and L.E. Richey (collectively, the appellants), that the 2002 medical fee guidelines promulgated by the Texas Workers Compensation Commission are invalid. See28 Tex. Admin. Code ‘134.202 (2003). Appellants assert substantive and procedural challenges to […]
Harburg Medical Sales Company (Provider) petitions for review of a January 18, 2001 decision and order of the Department of Labor and Industry (Department), Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Fee Review Hearing Officer. The Hearing Officer denied and dismissed Provider’s Application for Fee Review after finding that the application was untimely filed pursuant to Section 306(f.1)(5) […]
Opinion by JUDGE PIERCE Petitioners seek review of the award of workmen’s compensation benefits granted to respondent Maureen Hendricks-Rauch. We affirm. The facts of this case are essentially undisputed. Hendricks-Rauch was employed by the University of Colorado Medical Center to provide clinical consultation to rural nurses during approximately two weeks in the summer of 1977. […]
Full reproduction of VA independent study course textbook on Military Sexual Trauma (MST), sexual assault, harassment, and PTSD. Written for healthcare professionals, it thoroughly covers the recognition and treatment of the mental and physical health problems related to MST, with extensive resources and references on everything from acute trauma care to compensation issues.
The Law Library presents the complete text of the Black Lung Benefits Act – Disclosure of Medical Information and Payment of Benefits (US Workers Compensation Programs Office Regulation) (WCPO) (2018 Edition).Updated as of May 29, 2018 This final rule revises the regulations implementing the Black Lung Benefits Act to address certain procedural issues that have […]