Mr. Frank P. Diaz, CDMS, Mark E. Gearheart, Esq., and Joseph C. Waxman, Esq. presented at the California Applicant Attorneys’ Association (CAAA) 2012 Summer Convention in San Francisco, California on June 27, 2012. Over 700 Attorneys were in attendance at this event, and the panel’s presentation was well accepted throughout, and highly acknowledged by all attendees. Their presentation, “Proving an Accurate Loss of Earning Capacity Disability With Vocational Expert Testimony Under Ogilvie III,” covered topics such as: rebuttal methodologies, proving loss of earning capacity, total permanent disability, cause of vocational disability without apportionment based on Welcher/Brodie, discussion of recent 100% Cordova case, Labor Code § 4662, and methods used by Defense Attorneys in order to combat Labor Code § 4662, i.e., Amenableness to Rehabilitation (Return-to-Work Programs). For more information on Mark E. Gearheart, Esq., please visit: http://egearheart.com/Firm Info/Lawyers/189259.aspx For more information on Joseph C. Waxman, Esq., please visit: http://www.josephwaxman.com/workers_compensation_attorneys.html
Diaz & Company is proud to announce their newly revised web-site design, now including expanded features. Our website, now designed in WordPress, will be able to keep our website content continuously up-to-date. Our clients will now be able to easily identify the services and products Diaz & Company offers to our clients throughout California. With the implementation of our online referral form, our clients will be able to easily and quickly submit vocational consulting referrals to Diaz & Company; thereby, allowing us to process and commence work-up on your workers’ compensation case as soon as possible. Our new website includes an online referral form for our Preliminary On-the-Record Ogilvie III Report. With the implementation of this “blog” section, we will be able to keep our clients informed of the latest developments with Diaz & Company, as well as the recent changes in the disability, workers’ compensation, and vocational rehabilitation communities.