By Robert T. Reville
Systemically evaluates the California everlasting incapacity rankings procedure used ahead of the state's fresh people repayment.
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By 2004, the state’s workers’ compensation system was associated with the highest employer costs in the nation despite evidence indicating that the state’s injured workers were not being adequately compensated. This situation led to considerable impetus for workers’ compensation reform, with a particular focus on the evaluation and compensation of permanent disabilities. This reform effort led to a sweeping overhaul of the California permanent partial disability rating system. In this chapter, we briefly describe the problems and controversies associated with the California PPD rating system, discuss our approach to evaluating the effectiveness of the system with respect to these criticisms, and summarize some of the reforms that have been enacted.
Thus, the worker used as the standard in the 1914 schedule was a 39-year-old ditch digger (laborer). ____________ 2 While the California workers’ compensation statute does not include a schedule with the duration of PPD benefits associated with the loss of or loss of use of particular body parts, Section 4662 of the California Labor Code conclusively presumes that certain types of impairments (such as loss of both hands or incurable insanity) constitute permanent total disability. Most states have similar provisions that represent a statutory schedule of particularly serous injuries that are presumed to result in permanent total disability.
Proponents of the California system have argued that it has been among the most ambitious and comprehensive schemes in the country for compensating individuals for the effects of disability. Critics of the California system have countered that the system has been cumbersome, has done a poor job of targeting benefits, and has provided incentives for litigation. By 2004, the state’s workers’ compensation system was associated with the highest employer costs in the nation despite evidence indicating that the state’s injured workers were not being adequately compensated.
An Evaluation of California's Permanent Disability Rating System by Robert T. Reville