If you’re a non-English speaking injured worker seeing your doctor, you’d probably assume that the translated communications with your doctor werenot being relayed to others by the interpreter. In all too many instances you would be wrong. A source provided me papers that document the practices of 4 translation companies that appear to require interpreters

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The California Supreme Court has decided to hear the Valdez case. Several months ago that would have seemed like a big deal. Now it could turn out to be a big yawn. In Valdez II, the WCAB 2011 en banc decision affirmed the holding in Valdez I that, where unauthorized treatment is obtained for an

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