Bradford & Barthel is pleased to announce continued progress in helping our clients carry on their efforts to work through the current challenges we are all facing.
We have successfully migrated our thirteen statewide offices to a virtual environment set-up in response to the COVID-19 epidemic. We take seriously the health of our staff, as well as our continued professional responsibility and the constitutional mandate to continue to provide workers’ compensation benefits! Not only are we helping our employees take appropriate steps to stay safe, we are also continually educating our clients via webinars, and personal attention to their business obstacles.
We have included lots of information below, including an informative webinar, questions and answers discussed during said webinar, BLOG articles relating to the Coronavirus, our key contacts and free consultation information.
We are accepting new referrals. We have created a new email address, email@example.com, for COVID related questions that will be answered directly by our COVID response team. Attorneys, John Kamin, Zane Uribarri, Amir Adil, Louis Larres and William Siefkes will provide specific answers for your specific client whether they engage in trucking, healthcare, or are a PEO.
Please call us to learn about our other Value Added Services.
Most importantly, we wish you well during the duration of the shelter in place restrictions. We hope you are feeling well and pray that you will remain that way throughout this crazy time. We also hope all those you love are well and adapting to the changes. The entire B&B family is staying safe and working hard.
TAHMEENA I. AHMED, Esq.
Executive Managing Partner, Client Relations
Chief Marketing Officer
Free COVID Consultations
B&B is offering a Free COVID-19 consultation for employers, attorneys, claims professionals, judges.
Please click the link below to schedule a consultation for your team.
We have several BLOG articles pertaining to the Coronavirus:
Coronavirus: Your Questions & Our Answers by John P. Kamin
COVID-19 and Its Consequences on California Workers’ Compensation by Michael P. Burns
COVID-19 Pandemic Raises Compensability Questions for Employers by Louis A. Larres & John P. Kamin
Communicable Diseases in California Workers’ Compensation: An Overview by Michael P. Burns
SB 893 Proposal for Rebuttable Hospital Presumption Raises Coronavirus Questions by Michael P. Burns
Additional Links for COVID-19 Resources:
Department of Industrial Relations Newslines and home page:
Quick links to regular updates about the virus:
Links to articles and Chamber of Commerce information for employers about new federal paid sick leave requirements:
Other Helpful Links: