since two years I didn t receive any workers comp check?is that normal in CA
I haven't received a workers comp check for much longer than that. Then again, I am not due any so that would explain why. You need more facts...
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I wouldn't say normal but it could happen ! You have provided very limited facts, but based on this information, I would say your claim was denied, discovery is still on going, medical reports pending to address causation and then factual issues that will require your case to go to trial, etc.
Talk to an attorney if you don't have one already.
You are entitled to receive temporary disability if one of your treating physicians places you on total temporary disability or if you are placed on modified duty and your employer can't accommodate your restrictions.
If you are working you can't also collect disability checks.
There are far too many variables in a workers' compensation case to definitively tell you why you have not received a check in two years. For instance, in general you are only entitled to 104 weeks of temporary disability, if that time period has run, your payments stop. Or, if your quit your job and your doctor said you could work with restrictions, you may not be entitled to payments. Or, you could have already been advanced all you are entitled to against your permanent disability. You should discuss your case with an attorney to evaluate whether you are owed anything for the two years you referenced.
What kind of check? TTD? TPD? PDA?
Needs more information.
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Yes, not receiving the Temporary disability check (or the permanent disability check) is "Normal" when:(1) the employer denies all responsibility for the injury; (2) a treating doc writes you fully recovered, you're at Maximum Medical Improvement and you should be back at work (3) you switched to a doctor who is not listed in the insurer's Medical Provider Network, so the insurer gets to ignore any report about your being unable to work.
PLUS: if you got the 104 weeks of checks due and you are still treating two years later, then yes it's completely normal not to get any 'workers comp check' for two years.
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