New law boosts California workers’ comp insurance enforcement

Contractors and subcontractors with one or more employees (e.g., a responsible managing employee or RME), or that hold a C-39 roofing classification, are required to have a Certificate of Workers’ Compensation Insurance or a Certificate of Self-Insurance on file with the California Contractors State License Board (CSLB). Though this is the law, a bill signed […]

Workers’ compensation executive pleads guilty in federal court

A former El Dorado Hills, California man has pleaded guilty in federal court to using business funds for personal expenses. Gregory J. Chmielewski, 46, of West Bend, Wisconsin, operated a business in Roseville and later Sacramento called Management Resources Group California LLC, which also went by the name Independent Management Resources. Sacramento Business Journal [may […]

Workers’ comp scam leads to arrest of Chico woman

A Chico woman has been arrested on suspicion of grand theft and elder abuse after accepting nearly $29,000 from an Illinois woman in a workers’ compensation scam. Chico Enterprise-Record

The most common family law issues in workers’ compensation

A work-related injury can have a devastating effect on a family physically, financially, and emotionally. Sometimes a family cannot recover from these stressors and they find themselves in family court facing a variety of unexpected issues. This blog will address both child support and equitable distribution, some of the most frequently asked questions. National Law […]