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Effectiveness of the Workmans Compensation System The Workers Compensation System in California has been around for a while The system was first created after the Industrial Revolution around 1911 Wisconsin was the first state to start this program Grolier Workers Compensation provides financial award from on- the-job injuries Every employer is now required to carry workers compensation workers comp insurance Today it protects over thirteen million workers in California alone Fricker Since the rise of population and the increase in workers the laws had to be adjusted to improve the system In 1993 these changes were made by Governor Pete Wilson These changes proved to be the worst thing that could happen to the system-it reduced benefits for workers and gave more advantages to insurance companies lawyers doctors and employers In the case of the workers it made everything worse not better The new legislation began long delays for the already suffering workers and little did they know that the problems and the waiting would just get worse as time went on The new system created problems for only the workers It benefits everyone but the injured The insurance companies are paying less and doctors and lawyers are getting paid more Not only is the system hurting the worker its affecting them in the long run Many people who have been in a long court battle trying to get a settlement or waiting for months to receive money all think the same thing that the system needs to be changed drastically These people feel helpless in their battles and also are in pain in trouble financially from being out of work and wondering if they can survive another month on a check thats a little more than half their normal salary The Workers Compensation system needed to be changed a while ago Now that more and more
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