Workers Comp Zone

A Partner at Boxer & Gerson LLP, Julius Young has practiced worker’s compensation law and social security disability law since 1979. He has represented thousands of individuals who have sustained life-changing injuries or illnesses while on the job. In every case, his goal is to secure the medical treatments his clients need.

October 29, 2012

TRICK OR TREAT

In a couple of days your doorbell will be ringing. Halloween will be here. The Mummy will be at your doorstep along with R2D2, Jack the Ripper, Spock, Frankenstein and Zombies from Night of the Living Dead. California has a new kind of trick or treater this year, though. The Mungers.Molly and Charles, wealthy siblings. […]


TRICK OR TREAT

In a couple of days your doorbell will be ringing. Halloween will be here. The Mummy will be at your doorstep along with R2D2, Jack the Ripper, Spock, Frankenstein and Zombies from Night of the Living Dead. California has a new kind of trick or treater this year, though. The Mungers.Molly and Charles, wealthy siblings. […]


October 23, 2012

DUAL PURPOSE NURSING

One aspect of doing the blog is that people send me letters and e mails. Today I received this unsolicited but noteworthy inquiry from an injured worker (not a client of our firm), which I’ll quote in its entirety: “I wanted to send you an e-mail about an issue that may or may not be […]


DUAL PURPOSE NURSING

One aspect of doing the blog is that people send me letters and e mails. Today I received this unsolicited but noteworthy inquiry from an injured worker (not a client of our firm), which I’ll quote in its entirety: “I wanted to send you an e-mail about an issue that may or may not be […]


October 18, 2012

THE TATTLERS

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 […]


THE TATTLERS

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 […]


October 15, 2012

A BIG YAWN?

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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