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Robert L. Pearman, Attorney at Law

Robert Pearman has a law practice in Van Nuys (CA)
818-787-6500
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Workers Compensation matters.
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14550 Friar St, Van Nuys, CA 91411
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  • California (CA) 1997
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    Los Angeles: Van Nuys
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    CA DWC Issues Notice Of Public Hearing For An RBRVS-Based Physician Fee ...
    WorkersCompensation.com (press release) Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) - The Division of Workers' Compensation (DWC) has issued the notice of public hearing for a resource-based relative value scale (RBRVS) based physician fee schedule. A public hearing on the proposed ... more »
    Current Law On Utilization Review In California
    WorkersCompensation.com (press release) (blog) “Utilization Review” is the process used by employers or claims administrators to review medical treatment requested for the injured worker to determine if the proposed treatment is medically necessary. All employers or their workers' compensation... more »
    California lawmakers tussled over payments for spinal implants
    Contra Costa Times Each year, thousands of Californians hurt themselves on the job and end up with back surgery -- a small but expensive piece of the state's workers' compensation system. The vast majority of California workers with injured backbones wind up with spinal ... more »
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