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Employment Law: Federal and California Sources: Workers' Compensation

This guide includes general secondary sources and online government resources. Specialized topics include employment discrimination & harassment, wage & hour law, employee privacy, independent contractors, and workers' compensation.

Workers' Compensation

California Law of Employee Injuries and Workers' Compensation, 2nd rev. ed.  Warren L. Hanna.  (Matthew Bender, 1966- ).

Library: KFC 592 .H33 (Stacks)


California Workers’ Compensation Practice.  Brett A. Borah, Elizabeth M. Johnson.  (CEB, 2000- ).

Library: KFC 592 .S933 (Stacks); also online via CEB OnLaw (UCLA Law School only)


California Workers' Comp: How to Take Charge When You're Injured on the Job.  Christopher A. Ball.  (Nolo, 2016).

Library: KFC 592 .C355 (Reference Self-Help Collection) (also online, Legal Information Reference Center, UCLA Law School only)


California Workers’ Damages Practice, 2nd ed.  Paul Peyrat.  (CEB, 2001- ).

Library: KFC 592 .P491 (Stacks); also online via CEB OnLaw (UCLA Law School only)


Meeting Statutory Deadlines: Workers’ Compensation: Here’s How and When to Do It.  Tina C. Mirzazadeh, Mark Turner..  (CEB Action Guide, 2018).

Library: KFC995.A1 C34 (Reserve); also online via CEB OnLaw (UCLA Law School only)


Workers’ Compensation and Employee Protection Laws in a Nutshell.  Jack B. Hood, et al.  (West Academic, 2017).

Library: KF3615.Z9 H64 2017 (Reserve)
West Academic Study Aids: Workers' Compensation & Employee Protection Laws (law school users only)


California Web Links

The webpage of the California Department of Industrial Relations has a Division of Workers' Compensation page with information for both injured employees and employers.  There is also a link for the Information & Assistance (I&A) Unit