Workers' Compensation and Disability Laws
Disability Laws, Leave Laws & Workers’ Compensation Law Avoiding the Collision
Most disability litigation comes from work related injuries where employers fail to follow California or federal disability laws or completely ignore them altogether!
Disability lawsuits today almost always include a claim for failure to accommodate a disability and failure to properly engage in the interactive process.
This program shows you the crossover issues between disability laws, leave laws and workers compensation laws and how to recognize when work related injuries can become a protected disability.
The program includes the following:
- Review of the cross-over between disability laws, leave laws and workers' compensation laws
- How to recognize the cross over and how to effectively administer personnel issues that arise therefrom
- What is the interactive process and when does it apply
- Our step by step guide to the interactive process and how to docuement it
- Employment scenarios that commonly arise and how to properly respond
- Actual case scenarios to review and analyze in an interactive format
- FAQ's on the crossover in these laws
- Question and answer session
Your team will come away from this program with an understanding of the issues they need to be aware of in their work environment to avoid these costly lawsuits.
How Disability Law Compliance Can Reduce Your Workers’ Comp Costs
Believe it or not, California and federal disability laws can be an effective tool in reducing costs from work related injuries. This workshop shows you the interaction between these laws and how through proper implementation you can use both laws to reduce workers’ compensation costs and minimize disability lawsuits.
This program includes:
- How to effectively administer the cross over between these laws
- Creating and implementing an effective disability management system
- Proper communication and documentation between you and your employers
- Actual case scenarios to show how to reduce workers' compensation costs
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