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Fact sheets and guides for injured workers

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Basic facts on workers' compensation for injured workers Fact sheet A - Answers to your questions about utilization review Fact sheet B - Glossary of workers' compensation terms for injured workers Fact sheet C - Answers to your questions about temporary disability benefits Fact sheet D - Answers to your questions about permanent disability benefits Fact sheet E - Answers to your questions about QME and AME Fact sheet F - Answers to your questions about the state's Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund

Hojas de información en español

Guide 1 - How to file a workers' compensation claim form Guide 2 - How to request a qualified medical evaluation Guide 3 - How to object to your summary rating Guide 4 - How to file an application for adjudication of claim Guide 5 - How to file a declaration of readiness to proceed Guide 6 - How to request an expedited hearing Guide 7 - How to file a petition for discrimination (Labor Code 132a) Guide 8 - How to file a serious and willful misconduct petition Guide 9 - How to file a petition for commutation Guide 10 - How to file a lien Guide 11 - How to file a petition to reopen Guide 12 - How to file a petition for reconsideration Guide 13 - How to file an appeal of the administrative director Guide 14 - How to file a complaint with the Audit Unit Guide 15 - How to dismiss your attorney Guide 16 - How to file a claim with the Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund Guide 16A - How to correctly name your employer for the Uninsured Employers Benefit Trust Fund Guide 16B - How to serve your employer in an Uninsured Employers Benefit Trust Fund case Guide 17 - How to complete a document cover sheet Guide 18 - How to complete a document separator sheet

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September 2014