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Strategies in Workers' Compensation
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on March 3, 2018
Learned what needed from it
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on May 24, 2017
Informative book and in good condition
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on July 9, 2014
Good book.
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on December 26, 2013
This book gave me no advice on how to manage work comp patients in my practice. I was hoping there would be more advice on how to discuss issues during peer to peer discussions, but this book did nothing to help at all! It was a waste of money!
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on March 23, 2015
Thank you!
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on June 24, 2004
THIS BOOK IS GREAT TO HELP NEW AND EXISTING DOCTORS LEARN ABOUT THE WORKERS COMPENSATION SYSTEM. DR. SALL DID AN EXCELLENT JOB WITH HISTORCIAL AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS WHEN DEALING WITH THE INJURED WORKER AND THE ROLE THE CLINICIAN SHOULD PERFORM. I WOULD STRONGLY RECOMEND THIS BOOK TO ANYONE. THANKS DR. RICHARD SALL FOR TAKING THE TIME TO RESEARCH AND WRITE THIS BOOK!!!
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on March 20, 2011
The book gives unique insights into workers compensation claims in general but obviously can't help the fact that all 50 states have vastly different workers comp systems that apply facts of injuries differently. The author is knowledgeable about workers comp claims generally, though, and gives some very good strategies that I will pass on to my clients.

Chad T. Snow
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on July 31, 2006
This book should be offered to injured workers after their first visit with an attorney who will represent them. It should also be among those on the "required reading" lists in every law school, where attorneys may enter the Workers Compensation practice. The accuracy of descriptions for various categories, (ie. Chronic Pain, etc.), are extraordinary. For the first time in the eight years that I have been dealing with the system, I was able to read what amounted to an all encompassing, yet clear and accurate description of my own dillemma. Truly an excellent book.
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