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  1. racergaldar
    08-31-2008 10:16 PM
    racergaldar
    Tricky situation since you're self employed and my knowledge and experience is from working at large corporations with a company insurance plan (In CA, there are different regulations on whether the company also have an regular insurance plan).

    I can tell you how an injury is determined to be considered as WC, but is rather lenghthy and each state may be different. If you give me your #, I'll call you.
  2. nopain
    08-25-2008 04:15 AM
    nopain
    I have a basic question for you. I have no private insurance, but I do own a small corporation and have been paying into the State Workers Compensation fund for about 4.5 years now.

    I have serious neck degeneration. My job involves working at the computer all day long.

    How does one go about learning what types of injury is covered by workers compensation? How in the world would you prove an injury was caused by the job?

    Do you have any knowledge of this type of passive injury? I know Carpel Tunnel is very common, but not much about neck problems.

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    DDD L3-L5
    L5 Radiculopathy
    2002: Bag lifting/chiro injury
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