Texas Workers' Compensation Handbook
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Attorneys, claim adjusters, physicians, self-insured employers and vocational rehabilitation workers will all find Texas Workers’ Compensation Handbook a valuable tool for understanding the Texas workers’ compensation system. Reviewed and organized by leading experts, Joe R. Anderson, Albert Betts, Jr. and Stuart D. Colburn, Texas Workers’ Compensation Handbook brings clarity to this complex area of law by providing:
- Detailed analysis
- All relevant statutes and regulations Excellent recap of recent court decisions and DWC noteworthy decisions
- Comprehensive description of current practice and procedure
- Tables, charts, and reference directory
- Detailed index
- Extensive cross-references to Larson’s Workers’ Compensation, Desk Edition.
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Table of contents
PART I. GUIDE TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS
Chapter 1 Overview of the Workers' Compensation System
Chapter 2 Covered Employment
Chapter 3 Course and Scope of Employment
Chapter 4 Causation
Chapter 5 Income Benefits
Chapter 6 Reporting Requirements of Parties
Chapter 7 Medical Examinations and Certifications Relating to Impairment
Chapter 8 Medical Treatment
Chapter 9 Resolving Medical Treatment Disputes
Chapter 10 Settlements and Agreements
Chapter 11 Income Dispute Resolution
Chapter 12 Judicial Review
Chapter 13 Attorney Fees
Chapter 14 Administrative Penalties and Sanctions
Chapter 15 Actions Against Employers and Third Parties
PART II. CASE SUMMARIES
PART III. TEXAS STATUTES
PART IV. TEXAS ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
PART V. TABLES AND CHARTS
PART VI. AGENCY DIRECTORY