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    Default Caaa.org

    What exactly is the Caaa.org?

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    "The California Applicants' Attorneys Association (CAAA) is a dynamic statewide organization dedicated to the protection of rights and benefits of California's injured and disabled workers and their families.
    Many of CAAA's attorney members are certified as specialists by the California State Bar. Armed with their expertise in the statutory scheme of workers' compensation laws, CAAA members work to secure full and just benefits for the injured and disabled worker and their families."


    http://dev.caaa.org/cs/blogs/joincaa...-services.aspx

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    Quote Quoting .SH View Post
    "The California Applicants' Attorneys Association (CAAA) is a dynamic statewide organization dedicated to the protection of rights and benefits of California's injured and disabled workers and their families.
    Many of CAAA's attorney members are certified as specialists by the California State Bar. Armed with their expertise in the statutory scheme of workers' compensation laws, CAAA members work to secure full and just benefits for the injured and disabled worker and their families."


    http://dev.caaa.org/cs/blogs/joincaa...-services.aspx
    Thank you for the info

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    Quote Quoting lolly View Post
    Thank you for the info
    Does this mean that if my Lawyer is on this list, they know what they are doing and i can pretty much trust them?

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    lolly, being on the caaa list means the AA has taken the time to be registered, pay a membership fee and, if really interested, attend the seminars.
    Beyond that, being on the list in your zip code is simply a place many IW's might go first for names in their neighborhood.

    This has nothing to do with trust, or whether or not the AA has been practicing a significant period of time, success in repping IW's etc.

    Trust is built between two people...that takes time and generally includes a "friendship" to some degree. You are not retainging a "friend" but someone to represent you so you don't have to deal with the process, but conentrate on recovery.

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