With so many collection companies out there promising you results, we understand how difficult it can be choosing a company to handle the recovery of your Account Receivables. We have the experience and the know-how to give your practice the results it needs. With constantly changing laws you need an experience company who always keeps up to date with the latest California case laws. We have ongoing in-house training of our Collection Department to ensure that our staff is up to date and able to produce results for our clients through their effective efforts.

Here are some of the benefits of working with us:

  • Extensive Knowledge of Workers’ Compensation Laws
  • Aggressive Collection Strategies
  • Demand Letters
  • Timely Follow Up with Adjuster/Defense Attorney
  • All Insurance & Defense Correspondence Handled by Our Staff
  • Pursuing Balances Above Fee Schedule (When Applicable)
  • Payment Follow Up
  • Obtaining Penalties and Interest on Payments Over 30 Days (When Applicable)
  • Automated Work Flow & Collections Tracking
  • Perform EOB Analysis on Cases
  • Reconsideration / Appeal Process
  • Respond to Objection Letters from Insurance or Defense Attorneys
  • Notices to Produce Documentation
  • Filing of Liens at WCAB to Protect Interest of Clients
  • Filing Declarations of Readiness to Proceed (DOR) at WCAB
  • Preparation of Petitions when necessary
  • Preparation of file for Court Representation at WCAB
  • Monthly Reporting Updates to Clients
  • Provide Clients with Work Comp Industry Updates That Impacts Our Business


Confused about the new lien laws? We understand that the lien process in California is perhaps the main reason many providers choose to forgo work comp cases and are missing out on a sizeable amount of revenue by doing this. With the DWC’s transition to a new Electronic Adjudication Management System (EAMS) and new regulations regarding lien filing, the lien filing process will only get more complex for most providers. We are prepared for these changes and ready to help with these new procedures