Archive News - 2007
- Public Safety Officers
- SB 863 News
- GEKLAW Company News
- Injured Workers' Rights
- Legislation News
- Workers' Compensation Issues
- Personal Injury Issues
|Victims Receive $5 Million for Mining Accident|
|Comp Claimants With Attorneys Can Choose New Medical Panels|
|California Supreme Court Rules for Injured Workers|
|Supreme Court Rules Against Injured Workers on Apportionment Formula|
|Increase in Permanent Disability Benefits|
|Gordon, Edelstein Attorneys Again Recognized As 2007 Best Lawyers|
|Gordon, Edelstein Attorneys Named in 2007 Southern California Super Lawyers List|
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