In 2004, in one of the many attempts over the decades to fix the workers comp system, Richard Perez held up a bag of medications he has been prescribed as he joined others protesting the proposed new laws to workers comp claims outside the Capitol.
In 2004, in one of the many attempts over the decades to fix the workers comp system, Richard Perez held up a bag of medications he has been prescribed as he joined others protesting the proposed new laws to workers comp claims outside the Capitol. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee file
In 2004, in one of the many attempts over the decades to fix the workers comp system, Richard Perez held up a bag of medications he has been prescribed as he joined others protesting the proposed new laws to workers comp claims outside the Capitol. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee file

Despite ‘reforms,’ California’s workers’ comp system remains the nation’s most costly

July 23, 2017 5:00 AM

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