A few years ago, a batch of Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board mail was found in a dumpster away from the court. Sorta circular filed, so to speak. I remember when I was a newbie workers’ comp attorney practicing at the Oakland district office. The local board at the time was having severe clerical problems. Somewhere

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Veterans Day 2007. The Iraq War continues, unstopped by a Democratic Congress that lacks the votes to override the Bush-Cheney team. It’s odd how you can live your life forgetting about the conflict thousands of miles away. The Bachelor is still agonizing about who he’ll pick for the rose ceremony. The stars are still dancing.

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Veterans Day 2007. The Iraq War continues, unstopped by a Democratic Congress that lacks the votes to override the Bush-Cheney team. It’s odd how you can live your life forgetting about the conflict thousands of miles away. The Bachelor is still agonizing about who he’ll pick for the rose ceremony. The stars are still dancing.

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Costa is coming. Costa 2 to be exact. Workers’ comp practitioners have been waiting for months for the statewide Workers Compensation Appeals Board to issue “Costa 2”. “Costa1″ indicated that the workers’ compensation permanent disability rating schedule is rebuttable with vocational expert testimony in some cases. But the loser in Costa appealed. And Costa 1

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Costa is coming. Costa 2 to be exact. Workers’ comp practitioners have been waiting for months for the statewide Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board to issue “Costa 2.” “Costa 1” indicated that the workers’ compensation permanent disability rating schedule is rebuttable with vocational expert testimony in some cases. But the loser in Costa appealed. And Costa

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