Tag Archives: work comp law


SB 289 part 2 – More Changes
By Jason Weinstock on September 17, 2021

As mentioned in SB 289 part 1, this year’s legislative session was a big one and SB 289 was a huge bill. SB 289 changed apportionment, who can sign C-4s, determinations send by fax, added attorney’s liens, amended rules about accepting PPD awards, clarified existing rules on vocational rehabilitation, and allows claimants to recover costs. … Continue reading SB 289 part 2 – More Changes

SB 289 part 1 – New Apportionment Rules
By Jason Weinstock on June 25, 2021

This year’s legislative session was a big one, so big that I will need to break it down into separate blogs. There were three bills that passed this session, that will have an impact on workers’ compensation. The biggest of which was SB 289, which made changes to apportionment, who can sign C-4s, determinations sent … Continue reading SB 289 part 1 – New Apportionment Rules

Cost of PPD Increases (2021)
By Jason Weinstock on February 19, 2021

While the cost of a Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) exam usually falls on the workers’ compensation insurer. There are circumstances when the burden falls on the injured worker. Unfortunately, this burden just got a bit heavier for the injured workers to carry in these rare situations. Effective February 1, 2021, the cost of a PPD … Continue reading Cost of PPD Increases (2021)


Timeline for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim
By Jason Weinstock on September 4, 2020

A quick look at the timeline for filing a workers’ compensation claim in Nevada. Contact me for a free consultation or case review.